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Test - 1 (Code-C) (Answers & Hints) All India Aakash Test Series for Medical-2019

All India Aakash Test Series for Medical - 2019


TEST - 1 (Code C)
Test Date : 15/10/2017

ANSWERS
1. (3) 37. (4) 73. (4) 109. (4) 145. (2)
2. (3) 38. (2) 74. (2) 110. (3) 146. (4)
3. (2) 39. (4) 75. (2) 111. (2) 147. (2)
4. (2) 40. (3) 76. (4) 112. (2) 148. (1)
5. (4) 41. (1) 77. (1) 113. (2) 149. (2)
6. (3) 42. (3) 78. (3) 114. (1) 150. (2)
7. (2) 43. (1) 79. (2) 115. (4) 151. (3)
8. (1) 44. (4) 80. (3) 116. (3) 152. (3)
9. (3) 45. (1) 81. (2) 117. (4) 153. (3)
10. (4) 46. (1) 82. (4) 118. (4) 154. (4)
11. (1) 47. (1) 83. (2) 119. (2) 155. (3)
12. (4) 48. (3) 84. (3) 120. (3) 156. (3)
13. (1) 49. (4) 85. (2) 121. (4) 157. (3)
14. (1) 50. (4) 86. (4) 122. (2) 158. (3)
15. (3) 51. (1) 87. (3) 123. (2) 159. (3)
16. (2) 52. (1) 88. (3) 124. (1) 160. (4)
17. (4) 53. (2) 89. (1) 125. (2) 161. (4)
18. (3) 54. (1) 90. (3) 126. (3) 162. (4)
19. (4) 55. (3) 91. (3) 127. (4) 163. (4)
20. (1) 56. (3) 92. (2) 128. (3) 164. (3)
21. (3) 57. (2) 93. (3) 129. (3) 165. (2)
22. (2) 58. (2) 94. (1) 130. (3) 166. (1)
23. (3) 59. (3) 95. (4) 131. (2) 167. (3)
24. (1) 60. (1) 96. (1) 132. (3) 168. (4)
25. (2) 61. (3) 97. (3) 133. (4) 169. (4)
26. (4) 62. (3) 98. (2) 134. (2) 170. (4)
27. (3) 63. (4) 99. (4) 135. (4) 171. (4)
28. (4) 64. (1) 100. (3) 136. (4) 172. (4)
29. (2) 65. (4) 101. (2) 137. (4) 173. (1)
30. (4) 66. (1) 102. (4) 138. (3) 174. (3)
31. (2) 67. (2) 103. (3) 139. (4) 175. (3)
32. (1) 68. (3) 104. (4) 140. (1) 176. (3)
33. (3) 69. (4) 105. (1) 141. (3) 177. (4)
34. (2) 70. (1) 106. (1) 142. (2) 178. (2)
35. (1) 71. (3) 107. (3) 143. (3) 179. (4)
36. (1) 72. (3) 108. (4) 144. (2) 180. (4)

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ANSWERS & HINTS

[ PHYSICS]
1. Answer (3)
2 u 2  2  10  160
v = 3 + 2t 4
10
dx = vdt
dx = (3 + 2t)dt
 
20 u 2  3200

∫
dx ∫ (3  2t )dt Squaring both sides, we get
3 400 = u2 – 3200
⎡ 2t 2 ⎤
xf  xi  ⎢3t  ⎥  3600 = u2
⎣ 2 ⎦0
s = (3 × 3 + 32) – 0  u = ±60 ms–1

s = 18 m Body is thrown with speed 60 m/s

2. Answer (3) 7. Answer (2)


T = t1 + t2 = 17 s
h
t1 = 6 s v1.5 tan 1 1
 
v 2.5 tan 2 h
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

8.5
2

17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th 10th


2
t2 = 11 s  
1
Here acceleration is constant and body returns,
therefore initial velocity and acceleration must be in 8. Answer (1)
opposite direction as shown above. Therefore Power of exponential is dimensionless
particle returns after 17 seconds.
3. Answer (2)  t 3  t is [M0L0T0 ]
Acceleration 0 0 0
⇒ t 3 is also [M L T ]
2
dv d (t  2)

a   0 0 0 0
dt dt ⇒ T 3 = [M L T ]
By solving we get t = 2
⇒  = [M0L0T 3 ]
The velocity of particle = (t – 2)2 = (2 – 2)2 = 0
4. Answer (2) 9. Answer (3)

When acceleration is zero, velocity may or may not Argument of trigonometric ratio is dimensionless
be zero similarly when velocity is zero, acceleration therefore t2 = M0L0T0 ⇒  [M0L0T 2 ]
may or may not be zero.
5. Answer (4) V0
and F 
During turn, direction of velocity changes, therefore 
velocity changes.
V0
6. Answer (3) M1L1T–2 = 0 0 2
MLT
Here t1 and t2 are two times when body is at same
2 u 2  2gh V0  M1L1T 2M0L0T 2
height, then t 2  t1 
g = [M1L1T–4]

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10. Answer (4) 12. Answer (4)


force M1L1T 2 Slope of velocity-time graph is acceleration
Pressure = = = [M1L–1T–2]
area L2 OP  slope negative
In new system, pressure = (2 kg) (6 m)–1 (2 min)–2 PQ  slope positive
2 QR  slope positive
= 2
kgm1 min2
6  (2)
RS  slope negative
1
= kgm1 min2 13. Answer (1)
12
11. Answer (1) Power of exponential is dimensionless,
B 2Ct = M0L0T0
CT1 = M0L0T0
u = 30 (m/s) A C = M0L0T–1
D dv
and = BC
v 3/2
[L1T 1]
= B[M0L0T–1]
35 m [L1T 1]3/2
1 3

C B = [L 2T2 ]

For A to B, v2 – u2 = 2aS 14. Answer (1)


 02 – (30)2 = 2 (–10)S S b b  c
 
 –900 = –20S S b bc
 S = 45 m ⎛ b b  c ⎞
= ⎜  100   100 ⎟ %
From B to C, S = BD + DC ⎝ b b  c ⎠
= 45 + 35 = 80 m 0.1 (0.1  0.2)
  100   100  12%
Total distance covered is 80 + 45 = 125 m 5 52
For Time, s = –35 m 15. Answer (3)
u = +30 m/s
2
a = –10 m/s2 x 8t 2  sin t

1 2
s = ut  at 2
2 At t = 4, x 8  42  sin 4

1
 –35 = 30t  ( 10)t 2  x 128  0 128 m
2
 t2 – 6t – 7 = 0 dx 2
Here 
v  16t    cos t
68 68 dt 
 t and t 
2 2 = 16t  2cos t
 t = 7 and t = –1
At t = 4, v  16  4  2cos 4 
Neglect t = –1
= 64 + 2(1)
 t=7s
= 66 m/s
Total distance
Average speed = dv
Total time Here a   16  2 sin 4
dt
125 m At t = 4, a = 16 – 2 sin4
= = 17.86 m/s
7s a = 16 m/s2

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16. Answer (2) 19. Answer (4)


Till stone dropped from balloon, Angle has a unit but no dimensions.
v = u + at 20. Answer (1)
=0+2×4 D5 + D6 = 60
= 8 m/s a a
 u (2  5  1)  u  (2  6  1) 
60
During one second of drop, now consider initial 2 2
velocity after drop is 8 m/s upwards therefore stone a a
first stops then returns back  u (9)  u  (11) 60
2 2
Time to stop (t0), v = u + at  u  5a 
30
 0 = 8 – 10t0
 v  30 m/s
 t0 = 0.8
21. Answer (3)
2
u 1 Distance between 1st and 11th drop is 80 m and let
Distance covered =  a(t  t0 )2
2a 2 t is time interval between two consecutive drops then
time difference between 1st and 11th drop is 10 t.
82 1 2
= 2  10  2  10  (1  0.8) 11 Roof

= 3.4 m
17. Answer (4) 3
2
a F m 125 m
  1
a F m
45 m
a ⎛ F m ⎞
 100%  ⎜  100   100 ⎟ % Ground
a ⎝ F m ⎠
1 2
20 g s gt

2  100% 2
2 kg
1
0.020 kg  80   ( 10)(10t )2 = 0.4 second

2  100% 2
2 kg Distance covered by 10th drop in 0.4 s is
20 1 1 2
2   100% = (2 + 1)% = 3% s gt
1000 2 2
18. Answer (3)
1
 s  ( 10)(0.4)2
GM 2
gs  and
R2  s = 0.80 m
22. Answer (2)
G(1.8M )
gs'  1
(1.4R )2 From t = 0 to 2, change in velocity = 22
2
i.e., velocity of body decreases
⎛ gs ' ⎞
Percentage change in gs is = ⎜ g  1⎟  100 vf  vi 2
⎝ s ⎠

 v f  9 2
⎡ 1.8 ⎤
 ⎢ 2
 1⎥  100
⎣ (1.4) ⎦  v f  7 m/s
After t = 2, change in velocity is positive i.e.,
0.16

  100 = –8.16 velocity increases therefore velocity becomes greater
1.96 than 7 m/s.

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23. Answer (3) 27. Answer (3)


For A, slope decreases therefore velocity decreases v(m/s)
therefore negative acceleration. 10

For B, slope increases therefore velocity increases


therefore positive acceleration.  t
t(s)
0 1 2 3 
For C, slope decreases therefore velocity decreases
therefore negative acceleration.
For D, slope increases, therefore velocity increases h
therefore positive acceleration.
1
24. Answer (1) From 0 to 1 s, area   1  10 5
2
l l 1
For distance, (v1 )2  u 2 
2a ...(1) From 1 s to 3 s, area   2  10 10
3 3 2
 From 0 to 3 s, total area = 5 + 10 = 15
For A to B, v 2  u 2 
2al ...(2) For zero displacement, negative area should also be
Taking ratios of (1) and (2) we get 15.
1
(v1 )2  u 2 1 Therefore,  (t  3)  h 
15
 ⇒ 3(v1 )2  3u 2 v 2  u 2 2
v 2  u2 3
1 ⎡ h 10 ⎤
  ( t  3)  10(
t  3) 15 ⎢
2 ⎣t  3 1 ⎥⎦
v 2  2u 2
 (v1)2   (t – 3)2 = 3
3
 t–3=  3
2 2
(60)  2(30)  t =  3  3 and t 
 3 3

3
Here t must be greater than 3
 (v1)2  1800  Answer is (3  3 )s
28. Answer (4)
 v1  30 2 m/s
1 ly = 9.46 × 1015 m
25. Answer (2) 1 AU = 1.496 × 1011 m
1 parsec = 3.084 × 1016 m
2v1v 2 2  40  60
vav
= v v  48 km/hr
40  60 1Iy 9.46  1015
1 2
  = 6.32 × 104
1 AU 1.496  1011
Distance between A and B = vav × t
29. Answer (2)
= 48 × 2 = 96 km
m Gxcytz
26. Answer (4)
M = k [M1L3T 2 ]x [L1T 1]y [T1]z
3v M1L0T0 = kM–xL3x+yT–2x–y+z
a
x Compare dimensions of M, L and T are
dv 3v 1 = –x
v 
dx x  x = –1
v x
dx and 0 = 3x + y
∫ dv  3 ∫
u x0
x y = 3
and 0 = –2x – y + z
[v ]vu  3(loge x ) xx0 1=z
v = u + 3loge|x/x0| ⇒ m G–1c3t1

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30. Answer (4) 34. Answer (2)

1
e2 and sin are dimensionless, therefore
(2h ) 2
t xy
1 z
g2 xy
t 1 h 1 g
 100   100   100 z = dimensionless
t 2 h 2 g
35. Answer (1)
1 1 Situation possible is
 ( 4)  ( 2) = 3
2 2 Time taken to reach top is
31. Answer (2)
3
A must be most accurate, therefore option (2) and
2 second
(3) are preferable where B must be most precise
therefore from options, (2) is preferable. T = 4 second
4 2
Therefore answer is (2)
32. Answer (1) 2 second

1AU
1

v = u + at
0 = 40 – 10t
r
t=4s
2
1 2
and h3  gt = 80 m
2
l 1
r  h ut  gt 2
 2
2
1
1AU = 40  2   10  22 60 m
1 parsec = ...(1) 2
1 second in radian
36. Answer (1)
1AU v = u + at
r = ...(2)
2 second in radian 27 = 20 + a × 4
7
r 1 a
 4
1 parsec 2
a = 1.75 m/s2
1 parsec Let the velocity at 3 s before the instant is u
r 
2 After 3 s of u, velocity is 20 m/s
 v = u + at
3.26 light year
 = 1.63 light year  20 = u + 1.75 × 3
2
33. Answer (3)  u = 14.75 m/s
37. Answer (4)
1 fermi  1 angstrom
At the instant of overtake they will be at same point
1 micron  1 giga
SBC = +100, uBC = 20 2 , aBC = –4
15 10
10  10 1 2
 = 10–28  ut 
S at
10 6  109 2

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1 u u
 20 2t 
100 ( 4)t 2 Then u ,v  , a  a, s  ?
2 2 4

By solving t  5 2 s , v 2  u2 
2as

At t  5 2 s both have same velocity and after that 2 2


⎛ u⎞ ⎛ u⎞
velocity of car increases so bus cannot overtake. ⎜⎝ 4 ⎟⎠  ⎜⎝ 2 ⎟⎠ 
2( a )s ...(2)

38. Answer (2)


urel = 5 m/s 1
Solving (1) and (2) we get s  cm
arel = –(10 – 2) = –8 m/s2 2

srel = 0 41. Answer (1)

1 2 Let AB = x

s ut  at
2
2  3x 2x
For BC, tBC = tAC – tAB = 
1 g g
 0 5t   ( 8)t 2
2
For CD, tCD = tAD – tAC
By solving t = 1.25 s
39. Answer (4) 2  6x 2  3x
 
g g
Area = ∫ adt
tAB : tBC : tCD :: 1 : 3  1: 6  3
 ∫ ( t 2  2t )dt
42. Answer (3)
1
⎡ t 3 2t 2 ⎤ aA tan30 1
⎢   ⎥  
aB tan60 3
⎣⎢ 3 2 ⎥⎦
0

43. Answer (1)


⎡ 1 ⎤ 2 3
⎢   1⎥  At starting of collision, v 2  u 2  2as
⎣⎢ 3 ⎥⎦ 3

40. Answer (3)  v 2  02 2( 10)(20)


First situation
   vi
v 20
v=u
After collision v 2  u 2 
2as
u
v
2
 02  u 2 2( 10)( 5)
a = –a
 u = 10 = vf
s=2

v 2  u2 
2as vf  vi
Average acceleration 
time taken
2
⎛ u⎞ 2
⎜⎝ 2 ⎟⎠  u  2( a )  2 10  ( 20)

6  10 3
3u 2
 
4a ...(1)
4 = 5000 m/s2

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44. Answer (4) 45. Answer (1)

d 2x v 2  u2 
2as
 acceleration,
dt 2
⎛ h⎞
dv
 acceleration = rate of change in velocity  (10 5 )2  u 2 2( g ) ⎜ ⎟ ...(1)
dt ⎝ 4⎠

dv
= rate of change in speed, and 02  u 2 2( g )h ...(2)
dt
2 By solving we get
⎛ dx ⎞
⎜⎝ dt ⎟⎠ = square of speed h = 33.3 m

[ CHEMISTRY]
46. Answer (1) 50. Answer (4)
4.8 2.8
Moles =  0.3 for O2 Moles of nitrogen =  0.1
16 28
V.E. of O–2 = 8  Volume of nitrogen at STP = 0.1 × 22.4 L
Total number of valence e– = Mole × NA × VE = 2.24 L
= 0.3 × NA × 8 = 2240 cc
= 2.4 NA 51. Answer (1)
47. Answer (1) 800  20
Weight of solute =  160 g
2 100
2 g butane  moles = Amount of solute remaining = 160 – 100 = 60 g
58
2 Mass of solution remaining = 800 – 100 = 700 g
Number of atoms =  NA  14 
0.48NA
58 60
% conc. of remaining solution =  100 
8.57%
2 700
2 g nitrogen  moles = 52. Answer (1)
28
2 16 1
Number of atoms =  NA  2 0.14 NA Moles of O2 = 
28 32 2
2 1
2 g silver  moles = Number of molecules =  NA
108 2
2 22 1
Number of atoms =  NA 
0.0185 NA (1) Mole = 
108 44 2
2 1
2 g water  moles = Number of molecules =  NA
18 2
2 44
Number of atoms =  NA  3 0.33 NA (2) Mole = 1
18 44
48. Answer (3) Number of molecules = 1 × NA
H3BO3 (Boric acid) is weak monobasic acid 7
(3) Mole =
49. Answer (4) 28
A + 2B  2C 1
Number of molecules =  NA
5 8 4
1 2 28
(4) Mole = 1
 B is L.R i.e B is completely consumed and 8 28
moles of C are obtained. Number of molecules = 1 × NA

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53. Answer (2) 63. Answer (4)


∵ 2.858 g O2  1 L Let the number of moles of Ca3(PO4)2 and H3PO3
 32 g O2  x L are x and y respectively

32 x 1
x  11.2 L 
2.858 y 2 (2x = y = Number of P atoms)

54. Answer (1)


Moles of 'O' in Ca3 (PO4 )2 8x 8x 4
Urea (NH2 CONH2)   
Moles of 'O' in H3PO3 3y 3  2x 3
12 64. Answer (1)
%C=  100 
20%
60
8.8
55. Answer (3) Moles of CO2 =  0.2
44
56. Answer (3)
Moles of O = 0.4
1 M i.e. 1 mol of NaNO3 in 1000 mL of solution
Mass of solution =Volume × Density 4.6
Moles of NO2 =  0.1
=1000 × 1.20 = 1200 g 46

Mass of solvent =Mass of solution – Mass of solute Moles of 'O' = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
= 1200 – 85 13.6
Moles of H2O2 =  0.4
= 1115 g 34

1  1000 Moles of 'O' = 0.4 × 2 = 0.8


m=  0.89 m
1115
6.4
57. Answer (2) Moles of SO2 =  0.1
64
58. Answer (2)
Moles of 'O' = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
59. Answer (3)
65. Answer (4)
1
∵ 1 amu is equal to = g 14  80
NA Nitrogen converted 80% of 14 g =  11.2 g
100
 20 amu is equal to = x g
x = 20/NA 11.2
Moles of nitrogen =  0.8
60. Answer (1) 14
According to law of conservation of mass  2 mol 'N'  3 mole 'O'
Total mass of reactants = Total mass of products  0.8 mol 'N'  x mole 'O'
61. Answer (3) 2.4

x  1.2
Normality = Molarity × n-factor 2
62. Answer (3) Number of oxygen atom = 1.2 × 6 × 1023
4 = 7.2 × 1023
Volume of one drop =
70 66. Answer (1)
Number of moles in one drop 1 Calory = 4.185 J
d×v 2.4  4 1 9.6  5 Calory = 5 × 4.185 J = 20.925 J
=   =
Mol. wt 70 70 (70)2 67. Answer (2)
9.6 68. Answer (3)
 Number of molecules in one drop =  NA
2
(70) 69. Answer (4)

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70. Answer (1) 78. Answer (3)


71. Answer (3) 2H2(g) + O2(g)  2H2O(g)
C H 50 cc H2 will combine with 25 cc O2 to form 50 cc
80% 20% H2O

80 20  O2 left = 25 cc. At room temperature H2O will


Moles  be in liquid state.
12 1
6.66 20 79. Answer (2)

6.66 20 80. Answer (3)


Moles ratio  KClO4(s)  KCl(s) + 2O2(g)
6.66 6.66
1 3 loss is due to evolution of O2
 Empirical Formula  CH3
64
72. Answer (3) % loss =  100 
46
138.5
CH4 + 2O2  CO2 + 2H2O
81. Answer (2)
∵ 1 Mol CH4  44 g CO2
M.eq of HCl = M.eq of CaCO3
 x Mol CH4  2.2 g CO2
2.2  1 W
x  0.05  0.1  500  E  1000
44 W

73. Answer (4)  W = 2.5 g


74. Answer (2) Weight of sample = 2.5 × 2 = 5 g
According to Dulong and Petit's law 82. Answer (4)
Atomic mass × Specific heat  6.4 C2H2 + 2H2  C2H6
75. Answer (2) 8 ml C2H2 remains unreacted, 12 mL C2H2 reacts
Let the % abundance of Cu63 is x and Cu65 is with 24 mL H2 and forms 12 mL C2H6.
(100 – x) then
VT  VC2H2  VH2  VC2H6
63x  65(100  x)
63.546 
100 VT = 8 + 16 + 12 = 36 mL
x = 72.7% i.e Cu63 = 72.7% 83. Answer (2)
76. Answer (4)
0.56
Number of atoms per molecule × At. Mass ×100 Moles of H2 =  0.025
Mol. mass = Percentage of element
22.4
77. Answer (1) Mass of H2 = 0.025 × 2 = 0.05 g
S8(s) + 8O2(g)  8SO2(g) ...(i)
EM W
2SO2(g) + O2(g)  2SO3(g) ...(ii)  M
EH2 WH2
Equation number (ii) is multiplied by 4 and then add
equation (i) and (ii) EM 2.4
 
S8(s) + 8O2(g)  8SO2(g) 1 0.05
8SO2(g) + 4O2(g)  8SO3(g)  EM = 48
84. Answer (3)
S8(s) + 12O2(g)  8SO3(g)
MO  M = 53%, O = 47%
∵ 1 Mol.  8 Mol.SO3
 2 Mole S8  x Mole of SO3 EM WM 8  53
 ⇒ EM = 9
x = 16 Mole of SO3 EO WO 47
 Mass of SO3 = 16 × 80 = 1280  EM = 9

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85. Answer (2) xA 1000


According to POAC 
0.5
1  xA

18
reagents
K 2CO3 
 K 2 Zn3 [Fe(CN)6 ]2
 xA = 0.009
POAC at Carbon
1 × nK 2CO3 = 12 × nK 2Zn3 [Fe(CN)6 ]2 89. Answer (1)
500  0.2
27.6 12  w Moles of AlCl3 =  0.1
 1000
138 698
Moles of CI– = 3 × 0.1 = 0.3
w = 11.6 g
500  0.2
86. Answer (4) Moles of MgCl2 =  0.1
1000
10 × d × x%
M= Moles of CI– = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
Mol. Mass
0.2  0.3 1
10 × d × 29 Molarity of CI– = 
 4= 1 2
98
90. Answer (3)
 d = 1.35 g/mL CaO + 2HCl  CaCl2 + H2O
56 g 111g
87. Answer (3)
N1V1 = N2V2 ∵ 56 g CaO  111 g CaCl2
 2.46 g CaO  x g CaCl2
 N1 × 15 = 0.1 × 25
111 2.46
x=  4.87 g
2.5 1 56
 
N1 
15 6  Theoretical yield = 4.87 g
N 1 1
Molarity =    0.08 Actual yield = 3.7 g
2 6  2 12
88. Answer (3) 3.7
% yield =  100 
75.9%
xA 1000 4.87
m 
1  xA MB = 76%

[ BIOLOGY]
91. Answer (3) 98. Answer (2)
Binary fission in bacteria 99. Answer (4)
92. Answer (2) Insensitive of penicillin due to absence of cell wall.
Mule, sterile worker bee  not reproduce. 100. Answer (3)
93. Answer (3)
ICNB - For bacteria.
New-systematics
101. Answer (2)
94. Answer (1)
Competent recipient living cell.
Genus
102. Answer (4)
95. Answer (4)
Prokaryotic - two
Cortex of endospores
96. Answer (1) Eukaryotic - four

Division-Angiospermae 103. Answer (3)


97. Answer (3) PPLO is Mycoplasma, a facultative anaerobe.
(b) Few similar characters 104. Answer (4)

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105. Answer (1) 126. Answer (3)


Three kingdom system. Introns in archaebacteria.
106. Answer (1) 127. Answer (4)
107. Answer (3) Acetobacter, Frankia = Eubacteria
(A) Vegetative cell Halobacterium = Archaebacteria
(B) Heterocyst 128. Answer (3)
108. Answer (4) Oxygenic photosynthesis
109. Answer (4) 129. Answer (3)
110. Answer (3) 130. Answer (3)
Methanogens are obligate anaerobe. 131. Answer (2)
111. Answer (2) Amoeba, Paramoecium, Halobacterium -
Corynebacterium Heterotrophs
112. Answer (2) 132. Answer (3)
Mycoplasma  Mostly parasitic 133. Answer (4)
Chloronema  Photosynthetic Animalia, fungi - Only heterotroph
113. Answer (2) 134. Answer (2)
114. Answer (1) 135. Answer (4)
No cyclosis  Discovered in Salmonella.
115. Answer (4)  Virulent phage can transport any gene.
Heterotrophs are most abundant 136. Answer (4)
116. Answer (3) Fact
BGA : Non-motile 137. Answer (4)
117. Answer (4) Sycon, Leucosolenia show radial symmetry. They
Vibrio & Anabaena are prokaryotes can have purely calcareous or even siliceous
endoskeleton. Gastrovascular cavity is the feature of
118. Answer (4)
cnidaria.
119. Answer (2)
138. Answer (3)
Botanical garden as ex situ conservation method.
Fact
120. Answer (3)
139. Answer (4)
Herb, shrub, tree
Ctenophores are also coelenterates that lack
121. Answer (4) nematocysts.
Nutrition, locomotion 140. Answer (1)
122. Answer (2) Fact
Circular DNA in bacteria and they commonly 141. Answer (3)
reproduce by binary fission.
Centiped and millipedes show tracheal respiration.
123. Answer (2)
142. Answer (2)
Lactobacillus - Curd
Insects show body divisible into head, thorax and
Monerans - Motile / non-motile abdomen and two pairs of wings. Urochordates
124. Answer (1) show notochord only in tail of larva.
Bacteria as sole member of Monera. 143. Answer (3)
125. Answer (2) Both are annelids hence excretion occurs through
Nucleotide sequence in gene of 16S rRNA. nephridia.

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144. Answer (2) 162. Answer (4)


Pila shows respiration by ctenidia and pulmonary Ctenophores like cnidaria excrete by diffusion
sac. Branchiostoma shows respiration through through general body surface and gastrovascular
general body surface. cavity.
Cyclostomes have cartilaginous endoskeleton and 163. Answer (4)
tornaria is the larva of hemichordates.
164. Answer (3)
145. Answer (2)
165. Answer (2)
146. Answer (4)
166. Answer (1)
147. Answer (2)
167. Answer (3)
148. Answer (1)
Choanoflagellates are colonial flagellate protozoa.
149. Answer (2)
168. Answer (4)
150. Answer (2)
They are of equal length in both sexes.
Fact
169. Answer (4)
151. Answer (3)
170. Answer (4)
Echinoderms show bilateral symmetry of larvae, like
171. Answer (4)
chordates.
172. Answer (4)
152. Answer (3)
Chitinous exoskeleton is the feature of arthropods.
153. Answer (3)
173. Answer (1)
154. Answer (4)
174. Answer (3)
155. Answer (3)
175. Answer (3)
156. Answer (3)
176. Answer (3)
Fact
177. Answer (4)
157. Answer (3)
178. Answer (2)
Parapodia are present in Nereis.
179. Answer (4)
158. Answer (3)
180. Answer (4)
159. Answer (3)
Leech has open blood vascular system with
160. Answer (4) respiratory pigment in blood while centipede shows
161. Answer (4) direct respiration.

  

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Test - 1 (Code-D) (Answers & Hints) All India Aakash Test Series for Medical-2019

All India Aakash Test Series for Medical - 2019


TEST - 1 (Code D)
Test Date : 15/10/2017

ANSWERS
1. (1) 37. (3) 73. (4) 109. (4) 145. (4)
2. (4) 38. (1) 74. (3) 110. (3) 146. (4)
3. (1) 39. (2) 75. (3) 111. (4) 147. (4)
4. (3) 40. (3) 76. (1) 112. (1) 148. (4)
5. (1) 41. (4) 77. (3) 113. (2) 149. (3)
6. (3) 42. (2) 78. (2) 114. (2) 150. (1)
7. (4) 43. (2) 79. (2) 115. (2) 151. (2)
8. (2) 44. (3) 80. (3) 116. (3) 152. (3)
9. (4) 45. (3) 81. (3) 117. (4) 153. (4)
10. (1) 46. (3) 82. (1) 118. (4) 154. (4)
11. (1) 47. (1) 83. (2) 119. (3) 155. (4)
12. (2) 48. (3) 84. (1) 120. (1) 156. (4)
13. (3) 49. (3) 85. (1) 121. (1) 157. (3)
14. (1) 50. (4) 86. (4) 122. (4) 158. (3)
15. (2) 51. (2) 87. (4) 123. (3) 159. (3)
16. (4) 52. (3) 88. (3) 124. (4) 160. (3)
17. (2) 53. (2) 89. (1) 125. (2) 161. (3)
18. (4) 54. (4) 90. (1) 126. (3) 162. (4)
19. (3) 55. (2) 91. (4) 127. (4) 163. (3)
20. (4) 56. (3) 92. (2) 128. (2) 164. (3)
21. (2) 57. (2) 93. (4) 129. (3) 165. (3)
22. (1) 58. (3) 94. (3) 130. (1) 166. (2)
23. (3) 59. (1) 95. (2) 131. (4) 167. (2)
24. (2) 60. (4) 96. (3) 132. (1) 168. (1)
25. (3) 61. (2) 97. (3) 133. (3) 169. (2)
26. (1) 62. (2) 98. (3) 134. (2) 170. (4)
27. (4) 63. (4) 99. (4) 135. (3) 171. (2)
28. (3) 64. (3) 100. (3) 136. (4) 172. (2)
29. (4) 65. (3) 101. (2) 137. (4) 173. (3)
30. (2) 66. (1) 102. (1) 138. (2) 174. (2)
31. (3) 67. (4) 103. (2) 139. (4) 175. (3)
32. (1) 68. (3) 104. (2) 140. (3) 176. (1)
33. (1) 69. (2) 105. (4) 141. (3) 177. (4)
34. (4) 70. (1) 106. (3) 142. (3) 178. (3)
35. (1) 71. (4) 107. (2) 143. (1) 179. (4)
36. (4) 72. (1) 108. (4) 144. (4) 180. (4)

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ANSWERS & HINTS

[ PHYSICS]
1. Answer (1)
2  3x 2x

v 2  u2 
2as For BC, tBC = tAC – tAB =
g g
⎛ h⎞ For CD, tCD = tAD – tAC
 (10 5 )2  u 2 2( g ) ⎜ ⎟ ...(1)
⎝ 4⎠
2  6x 2  3x
 
and 02  u 2 2( g )h ...(2) g g
By solving we get tAB : tBC : tCD :: 1 : 3  1: 6  3
h = 33.3 m 6. Answer (3)
2. Answer (4) First situation
v=u
d 2x
 acceleration,
dt 2 u
v
dv 2
 acceleration = rate of change in velocity a = –a
dt
dv s=2
= rate of change in speed,
dt v 2  u2 
2as
2
⎛ dx ⎞ 2
⎜⎝ dt ⎟⎠ = square of speed ⎛ u⎞ 2
⎜⎝ 2 ⎟⎠  u  2( a )  2
3. Answer (1)
3u 2
2 2
At starting of collision, v  u  2as  
4a ...(1)
4
 v 2  02 2( 10)(20) u u
Then u ,v  , a  a, s  ?
2 4
   vi
v 20
v 2  u2 
2as
After collision v 2  u 2 
2as
2 2
⎛ u⎞ ⎛ u⎞
 02  u 2 2( 10)( 5) ⎜⎝ 4 ⎟⎠  ⎜⎝ 2 ⎟⎠ 
2( a )s ...(2)

 u = 10 = vf
1
vf  vi Solving (1) and (2) we get s  cm
Average acceleration  2
time taken
7. Answer (4)
10  ( 20)

6  10 3
Area = ∫ adt
∫ ( t
2
= 5000 m/s2   2t )dt
4. Answer (3) 1
⎡ t 3 2t 2 ⎤
aA tan30 1 ⎢   ⎥
  ⎢⎣ 3 2 ⎥⎦
0
aB tan60 3
⎡ 13 ⎤ 2
5. Answer (1) ⎢   1⎥ 
⎣⎢ 3 ⎥⎦ 3
Let AB = x

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8. Answer (2) v = u + at
urel = 5 m/s 0 = 40 – 10t
arel = –(10 – 2) = –8 m/s2 t=4s
srel = 0
1 2
and h3  gt = 80 m
1 2
s ut  at 2

2
1 2
1 h
2 ut  gt
 0 5t   ( 8)t 2 2
2
1
By solving t = 1.25 s = 40  2   10  22 60 m
2
9. Answer (4)
At the instant of overtake they will be at same point 12. Answer (2)
e2 and sin are dimensionless, therefore
SBC = +100, uBC = 20 2 , aBC = –4
xy
1 z
 ut  at 2
S xy
2
z = dimensionless
1
 20 2t  ( 4)t 2
100 13. Answer (3)
2
1 fermi  1 angstrom
By solving t  5 2 s ,
1 micron  1 giga
At t  5 2 s both have same velocity and after that 15
10   10 10
velocity of car increases so bus cannot overtake.  = 10–28
10. Answer (1) 10 6  109
v = u + at 14. Answer (1)
27 = 20 + a × 4 1AU

7
a
4
a = 1.75 m/s2 r
Let the velocity at 3 s before the instant is u 2
After 3 s of u, velocity is 20 m/s
 v = u + at
l
 20 = u + 1.75 × 3 r 

 u = 14.75 m/s
1AU
11. Answer (1) 1 parsec = ...(1)
1 second in radian
Situation possible is
Time taken to reach top is 1AU
r = ...(2)
2 second in radian
3
r 1
2 second 
1 parsec 2
T = 4 second
4 2 1 parsec
r 
2
2 second
3.26 light year
 = 1.63 light year
1 2

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15. Answer (2)
1
A must be most accurate, therefore option (2) and From 0 to 1 s, area   1  10 5
2
(3) are preferable where B must be most precise
therefore from options, (2) is preferable. 1
From 1 s to 3 s, area   2  10 10
Therefore answer is (2) 2
16. Answer (4)  From 0 to 3 s, total area = 5 + 10 = 15
1 For zero displacement, negative area should also be
(2h ) 2 15.
t 1
1
g2 Therefore,  (t  3)  h 
15
2
t 1 h 1 g
 100   100   100 1 ⎡ h 10 ⎤
t 2 h 2 g   ( t  3)  10(
t  3) 15 ⎢
2 ⎣t  3 1 ⎥⎦
1 1  (t – 3)2 = 3
 ( 4)  ( 2) = 3
2 2
 t–3=  3
17. Answer (2)
m Gxcytz  t =  3  3 and t 
 3 3
M = k [M1L3T 2 ]x [L1T 1]y [T1]z Here t must be greater than 3

M1L0T0 = kM–xL3x+yT–2x–y+z  Answer is (3  3 )s


Compare dimensions of M, L and T are 20. Answer (4)
1 = –x
3v
 x = –1 a
x
and 0 = 3x + y
y=3 dv 3v
v 
and 0 = –2x – y + z dx x

1=z v x
dx
⇒m G–1c3t1 ∫
u
dv  3 ∫
x0
x
18. Answer (4)
1 ly = 9.46 × 1015 m [v ]vu  3(loge x ) xx0
1 AU = 1.496 × 1011 m
v = u + 3loge|x/x0|
1 parsec = 3.084 × 1016 m
21. Answer (2)
15
1Iy 9.46  10 2v1v 2 2  40  60
  = 6.32 × 104 vav  48 km/hr
1 AU 1.496  1011 =
v1  v 2 40  60
19. Answer (3) Distance between A and B = vav × t
v(m/s)
= 48 × 2 = 96 km
10
22. Answer (1)

 l l
t
t(s) For distance, (v1 )2  u 2 
2a ...(1)
0 1 2 3  3 3

For A to B, v 2  u 2 
2al ...(2)
h
Taking ratios of (1) and (2) we get

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(v1 )2  u 2 1 1 2
 ⇒ 3(v1 )2  3u 2 v 2  u 2 s gt
v 2  u2 3 2

1
v 2  2u 2  80   ( 10)(10t )2 = 0.4 second
 (v1)2  2
3
Distance covered by 10th drop in 0.4 s is
2 2
(60)  2(30)
 1 2
3 s gt
2
 (v1)2  1800
1
 s  ( 10)(0.4)2
 v1  30 2 m/s 2
 s = 0.80 m
23. Answer (3)
26. Answer (1)
For A, slope decreases therefore velocity decreases
therefore negative acceleration. D5 + D6 = 60
For B, slope increases therefore velocity increases a a
therefore positive acceleration.  u (2  5  1)  u  (2  6  1) 
60
2 2
For C, slope decreases therefore velocity decreases
therefore negative acceleration. a a
 u (9)  u  (11) 60
For D, slope increases, therefore velocity increases 2 2
therefore positive acceleration.  u  5a 
30
24. Answer (2)
 v  30 m/s
1
From t = 0 to 2, change in velocity = 22 27. Answer (4)
2
Angle has a unit but no dimensions.
i.e., velocity of body decreases
28. Answer (3)
vf  vi 2
GM
gs  and
 v f  9 2 R2

 v f  7 m/s G(1.8M )
gs' 
After t = 2, change in velocity is positive i.e., (1.4R )2
velocity increases therefore velocity becomes greater
than 7 m/s. s
⎛g ' ⎞
Percentage change in gs is = ⎜ g  1⎟  100
25. Answer (3) ⎝ s ⎠

Distance between 1st and 11th drop is 80 m and let


t is time interval between two consecutive drops then ⎡ 1.8 ⎤
 ⎢ 2
 1⎥  100
time difference between 1st and 11th drop is 10 t. ⎣ (1.4) ⎦

11 Roof
0.16

  100 = –8.16
1.96

3
29. Answer (4)
2
125 m a  F  m
1  
a F m
45 m
Ground a ⎛ F m ⎞
 100%  ⎜  100   100 ⎟ %
a ⎝ F m ⎠

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20 g 32. Answer (1)



2  100%
2 kg S b b  c
 
0.020 kg S b bc

2  100%
2 kg ⎛ b b  c ⎞
= ⎜  100   100 ⎟ %
20 1 ⎝ b b  c ⎠
2   100% = (2 + 1)% = 3%
1000 2 0.1 (0.1  0.2)
  100   100  12%
30. Answer (2) 5 52
Till stone dropped from balloon, 33. Answer (1)
v = u + at Power of exponential is dimensionless,
=0+2×4 2Ct = M0L0T0
= 8 m/s CT1 = M0L0T0
During one second of drop, now consider initial C = M0L0T–1
velocity after drop is 8 m/s upwards therefore stone
dv
first stops then returns back and = BC
v 3/2
Time to stop (t0), v = u + at
 0 = 8 – 10t0 [L1T 1]
= B[M0L0T–1]
[L1T 1]3/2
 t0 = 0.8
1 3

2
u 1 B = [L 2 T 2 ]
Distance covered =  a(t  t0 )2
2a 2 34. Answer (4)
Slope of velocity-time graph is acceleration
82 1
= 2  10  2  10  (1  0.8)
2
OP  slope negative
PQ  slope positive
= 3.4 m QR  slope positive
31. Answer (3)
RS  slope negative
2 35. Answer (1)
x 8t 2  sin t
 B
2
At t = 4, x 8  42  sin 4
 u = 30 (m/s) A
D
x 128  0 128 m

dx 2
Here 
v  16t    cos t
dt  35 m
= 16t  2cos t
C
At t = 4, v  16  4  2cos 4 
= 64 + 2(1) For A to B, v2 – u2 = 2aS
= 66 m/s  02 – (30)2 = 2 (–10)S
 –900 = –20S
dv
Here a   16  2 sin 4  S = 45 m
dt
At t = 4, a = 16 – 2 sin4 From B to C, S = BD + DC
a = 16 m/s2 = 45 + 35 = 80 m

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Total distance covered is 80 + 45 = 125 m
 t 3  t is [M0L0T0 ]
For Time, s = –35 m
0 0 0
u = +30 m/s ⇒ t 3 is also [M L T ]
a = –10 m/s2
0 0 0
⇒ T 3 = [M L T ]
1 2
s = ut  at
2 ⇒  = [M0L0T 3 ]

1 39. Answer (2)


 –35 = 30t  ( 10)t 2
2
 t2 – 6t – 7 = 0 h
v1.5 tan 1 1  2
 
68 68 v 2.5 tan 2 h 1
 t and t  
2 2 2
 t = 7 and t = –1 40. Answer (3)
Neglect t = –1
Here t1 and t2 are two times when body is at same
 t=7s
2 u 2  2gh
Total distance height, then t 2  t1 
Average speed = g
Total time

125 m 2 u 2  2  10  160
= = 17.86 m/s 4
7s 10

36. Answer (4)


 
20 u 2  3200
force M1L1T 2
Pressure = = = [M1L–1T–2] Squaring both sides, we get
area L2
400 = u2 – 3200
In new system, pressure = (2 kg) (6 m)–1 (2 min)–2
 3600 = u2
2
= 2
kgm1 min2  u = ±60 ms–1
6  (2)
Body is thrown with speed 60 m/s
1
= kgm1 min2 41. Answer (4)
12
During turn, direction of velocity changes, therefore
37. Answer (3) velocity changes.
Argument of trigonometric ratio is dimensionless 42. Answer (2)
therefore t2 = M0L0T0 ⇒  [M0L0T 2 ]
When acceleration is zero, velocity may or may not
be zero similarly when velocity is zero, acceleration
V0
and F  may or may not be zero.

43. Answer (2)
V0
M1L1T–2 = Acceleration
M0L0 T 2
dv d (t  2)2
V0  M1L1T 2M0L0T 2 
a   0
dt dt
= [M1L1T–4]
38. Answer (1) By solving we get t = 2
Power of exponential is dimensionless The velocity of particle = (t – 2)2 = (2 – 2)2 = 0

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44. Answer (3) 45. Answer (3)
T = t1 + t2 = 17 s v = 3 + 2t
t1 = 6 s dx = vdt
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th dx = (3 + 2t)dt

∫
dx ∫ (3  2t )dt
8.5

17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th 10th


t2 = 11 s 3
⎡ 2t 2 ⎤
Here acceleration is constant and body returns, xf  xi  ⎢3t  ⎥
⎣ 2 ⎦0
therefore initial velocity and acceleration must be in
opposite direction as shown above. Therefore s = (3 × 3 + 32) – 0
particle returns after 17 seconds. s = 18 m

[ CHEMISTRY]
46. Answer (3) 49. Answer (3)
CaO + 2HCl  CaCl2 + H2O N1V1 = N2V2
56 g 111g  N1 × 15 = 0.1 × 25
∵ 56 g CaO  111 g CaCl2
2.5 1
 2.46 g CaO  x g CaCl2  
N1 
15 6
111 2.46 N 1 1
x=  4.87 g Molarity =    0.08
56 2 6  2 12
 Theoretical yield = 4.87 g 50. Answer (4)
Actual yield = 3.7 g 10 × d × x%
M=
Mol. Mass
3.7
% yield =  100 
75.9% 10 × d × 29
4.87  4=
98
= 76%
47. Answer (1)  d = 1.35 g/mL

500  0.2 51. Answer (2)


Moles of AlCl3 =  0.1
1000 According to POAC
Moles of CI– = 3 × 0.1 = 0.3 reagents
K 2CO3 
 K 2 Zn3 [Fe(CN)6 ]2
500  0.2
Moles of MgCl2 =  0.1 POAC at Carbon
1000
1 × nK 2CO3 = 12 × nK 2Zn3 [Fe(CN)6 ]2
Moles of CI– = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
0.2  0.3 1 27.6 12  w
Molarity of CI– =  
1 2 138 698
48. Answer (3)
w = 11.6 g
xA 1000 52. Answer (3)
m 
1  xA MB MO  M = 53%, O = 47%
xA 1000 EM WM 8  53

0.5   ⇒ EM = 9
1  xA 18 EO WO 47
 xA = 0.009  EM = 9

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53. Answer (2) S8(s) + 8O2(g)  8SO2(g) ...(i)
8SO2(g) + 4O2(g)  8SO3(g) ...(ii)
0.56
Moles of H2 =  0.025
22.4
S8(s) + 12O2(g)  8SO3(g)
Mass of H2 = 0.025 × 2 = 0.05 g
∵ 1 Mol.  8 Mol.SO3
EM W  2 Mole S8  x Mole of SO3
 M
EH2 WH2 x = 16 Mole of SO3
 Mass of SO3 = 16 × 80 = 1280
EM 2.4
  60. Answer (4)
1 0.05
Number of atoms per molecule × At. Mass ×100
 EM = 48 Mol. mass = Percentage of element
54. Answer (4) 61. Answer (2)
C2H2 + 2H2  C2H6 Let the % abundance of Cu63 is x and Cu65 is
8 ml C2H2 remains unreacted, 12 mL C2H2 reacts (100 – x) then
with 24 mL H2 and forms 12 mL C2H6.
63x  65(100  x)
63.546 
VT  VC2H2  VH2  VC2H6 100

VT = 8 + 16 + 12 = 36 mL x = 72.7% i.e Cu63 = 72.7%


62. Answer (2)
55. Answer (2)
According to Dulong and Petit's law
M.eq of HCl = M.eq of CaCO3
Atomic mass × Specific heat  6.4
W
 0.1  500  E  1000
63. Answer (4)
W
64. Answer (3)
 W = 2.5 g CH4 + 2O2  CO2 + 2H2O
Weight of sample = 2.5 × 2 = 5 g ∵ 1 Mol CH4  44 g CO2
56. Answer (3)  x Mol CH4  2.2 g CO2
KClO4(s)  KCl(s) + 2O2(g) 2.2  1
x  0.05
loss is due to evolution of O2 44

64 65. Answer (3)


% loss =  100 
46
138.5 C H

57. Answer (2) 80% 20%

58. Answer (3) 80 20


Moles 
2H2(g) + O2(g)  2H2O(g) 12 1
50 cc H2 will combine with 25 cc O2 to form 50 cc 6.66 20
H2O
6.66 20
 O2 left = 25 cc. At room temperature H2O will Moles ratio 
6.66 6.66
be in liquid state.
1 3
59. Answer (1)
 Empirical Formula  CH3
S8(s) + 8O2(g)  8SO2(g)
66. Answer (1)
2SO2(g) + O2(g)  2SO3(g)
67. Answer (4)
Equation number (ii) is multiplied by 4 and then add
equation (i) and (ii) 68. Answer (3)

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69. Answer (2) Number of moles in one drop
70. Answer (1)
d×v 2.4  4 1 9.6
1 Calory = 4.185 J =   =
Mol. wt 70 70 (70)2
 5 Calory = 5 × 4.185 J = 20.925 J
71. Answer (4) 9.6
 Number of molecules in one drop =  NA
14  80 (70)2
Nitrogen converted 80% of 14 g =  11.2 g
100
75. Answer (3)
11.2 Normality = Molarity × n-factor
Moles of nitrogen =  0.8
14 76. Answer (1)
 2 mol 'N'  3 mole 'O' According to law of conservation of mass
 0.8 mol 'N'  x mole 'O' Total mass of reactants = Total mass of products
2.4 77. Answer (3)

x  1.2
2
1
Number of oxygen atom = 1.2 × 6 × 1023 ∵ 1 amu is equal to = N g
A
= 7.2 × 1023
72. Answer (1)  20 amu is equal to = x g
x = 20/NA
8.8
Moles of CO2 =  0.2 78. Answer (2)
44
79. Answer (2)
Moles of O = 0.4
80. Answer (3)
4.6
Moles of NO2 =  0.1 1 M i.e. 1 mol of NaNO3 in 1000 mL of solution
46
Mass of solution =Volume × Density
Moles of 'O' = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
=1000 × 1.20 = 1200 g
13.6
Moles of H2O2 =  0.4 Mass of solvent =Mass of solution – Mass of solute
34
= 1200 – 85
Moles of 'O' = 0.4 × 2 = 0.8
= 1115 g
6.4
Moles of SO2 =  0.1 1  1000
64 m=  0.89 m
1115
Moles of 'O' = 0.1 × 2 = 0.2
81. Answer (3)
73. Answer (4)
Let the number of moles of Ca3(PO4)2 and H3PO3 82. Answer (1)
are x and y respectively Urea (NH2 CONH2)

x 1 12
 %C=  100 
20%
y 2 (2x = y = Number of P atoms) 60

Moles of 'O' in Ca3 (PO4 )2 8x 8x 4 83. Answer (2)


  
Moles of 'O' in H3PO3 3y 3  2x 3 ∵ 2.858 g O2  1 L

74. Answer (3)  32 g O2  x L

4 32
Volume of one drop = x  11.2 L
70 2.858

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84. Answer (1) 87. Answer (4)
16 1 A + 2B  2C
Moles of O2 = 
32 2 5 8
1 2
1
Number of molecules =  NA  B is L.R i.e B is completely consumed and 8
2
moles of C are obtained.
22 1
(1) Mole =  88. Answer (3)
44 2
H3BO3 (Boric acid) is weak monobasic acid
1
Number of molecules =  NA 89. Answer (1)
2
2
44 2 g butane  moles =
(2) Mole = 1 58
44
Number of molecules = 1 × NA 2
Number of atoms =  NA  14 
0.48NA
58
7
(3) Mole = 2
28
2 g nitrogen  moles =
28
1
Number of molecules =  NA
4 2
Number of atoms =  NA  2 0.14 NA
28
28
(4) Mole = 1
28 2
2 g silver  moles =
Number of molecules = 1 × NA 108
85. Answer (1) 2
Number of atoms =  NA 
0.0185 NA
108
800  20
Weight of solute =  160 g 2
100 2 g water  moles =
Amount of solute remaining = 160 – 100 = 60 g 18
Mass of solution remaining = 800 – 100 = 700 g 2
Number of atoms =  NA  3 0.33 NA
18
60
% conc. of remaining solution =  100 
8.57% 90. Answer (1)
700
86. Answer (4) 4.8
Moles =  0.3 for O2
16
2.8
Moles of nitrogen =  0.1 V.E. of O–2 = 8
28
Total number of valence e– = Mole × NA × VE
 Volume of nitrogen at STP = 0.1 × 22.4 L
= 0.3 × NA × 8
= 2.24 L
= 2.4 NA
= 2240 cc

[ BIOLOGY]
91. Answer (4) 95. Answer (2)
 Discovered in Salmonella. Amoeba, Paramoecium, Halobacterium -
 Virulent phage can transport any gene. Heterotrophs

92. Answer (2) 96. Answer (3)

93. Answer (4) 97. Answer (3)

Animalia, fungi - Only heterotroph 98. Answer (3)

94. Answer (3) Oxygenic photosynthesis

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99. Answer (4) 117. Answer (4)


Acetobacter, Frankia = Eubacteria 118. Answer (4)
Halobacterium = Archaebacteria 119. Answer (3)
100. Answer (3) (A) Vegetative cell

Introns in archaebacteria. (B) Heterocyst

101. Answer (2) 120. Answer (1)


121. Answer (1)
Nucleotide sequence in gene of 16S rRNA.
Three kingdom system.
102. Answer (1)
122. Answer (4)
Bacteria as sole member of Monera.
123. Answer (3)
103. Answer (2)
PPLO is Mycoplasma, a facultative anaerobe.
Lactobacillus - Curd
124. Answer (4)
Monerans - Motile / non-motile
Prokaryotic - two
104. Answer (2)
Eukaryotic - four
Circular DNA in bacteria and they commonly
125. Answer (2)
reproduce by binary fission.
Competent recipient living cell.
105. Answer (4)
126. Answer (3)
Nutrition, locomotion
ICNB - For bacteria.
106. Answer (3)
127. Answer (4)
Herb, shrub, tree
Insensitive of penicillin due to absence of cell wall.
107. Answer (2)
128. Answer (2)
Botanical garden as ex situ conservation method. 129. Answer (3)
108. Answer (4) (b) Few similar characters
109. Answer (4) 130. Answer (1)
Vibrio & Anabaena are prokaryotes Division-Angiospermae
110. Answer (3) 131. Answer (4)
BGA : Non-motile Cortex of endospores
111. Answer (4) 132. Answer (1)
Heterotrophs are most abundant Genus
112. Answer (1) 133. Answer (3)
No cyclosis New-systematics

113. Answer (2) 134. Answer (2)

114. Answer (2) Mule, sterile worker bee  not reproduce.


135. Answer (3)
Mycoplasma  Mostly parasitic
Binary fission in bacteria
Chloronema  Photosynthetic
136. Answer (4)
115. Answer (2)
Leech has open blood vascular system with
Corynebacterium respiratory pigment in blood while centipede shows
116. Answer (3) direct respiration.
Methanogens are obligate anaerobe. 137. Answer (4)

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138. Answer (2) 165. Answer (3)


139. Answer (4) Echinoderms show bilateral symmetry of larvae, like
chordates.
140. Answer (3)
166. Answer (2)
141. Answer (3)
Fact
142. Answer (3)
167. Answer (2)
143. Answer (1)
168. Answer (1)
144. Answer (4)
169. Answer (2)
Chitinous exoskeleton is the feature of arthropods.
170. Answer (4)
145. Answer (4) 171. Answer (2)
146. Answer (4) 172. Answer (2)
147. Answer (4) Pila shows respiration by ctenidia and pulmonary
148. Answer (4) sac. Branchiostoma shows respiration through
general body surface.
They are of equal length in both sexes.
Cyclostomes have cartilaginous endoskeleton and
149. Answer (3) tornaria is the larva of hemichordates.
Choanoflagellates are colonial flagellate protozoa. 173. Answer (3)
150. Answer (1) Both are annelids hence excretion occurs through
151. Answer (2) nephridia.
152. Answer (3) 174. Answer (2)
153. Answer (4) Insects show body divisible into head, thorax and
abdomen and two pairs of wings. Urochordates
154. Answer (4) show notochord only in tail of larva.
Ctenophores like cnidaria excrete by diffusion 175. Answer (3)
through general body surface and gastrovascular
Centiped and millipedes show tracheal respiration.
cavity.
176. Answer (1)
155. Answer (4)
Fact
156. Answer (4)
177. Answer (4)
157. Answer (3)
Ctenophores are also coelenterates that lack
158. Answer (3) nematocysts.
159. Answer (3) 178. Answer (3)
Parapodia are present in Nereis. Fact
160. Answer (3) 179. Answer (4)
Fact Sycon, Leucosolenia show radial symmetry. They
can have purely calcareous or even siliceous
161. Answer (3)
endoskeleton. Gastrovascular cavity is the feature of
162. Answer (4) cnidaria.
163. Answer (3) 180. Answer (4)
164. Answer (3) Fact

  

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