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Chemistry

Part I

Section I

Single Correct Choice Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1. 0.7 gm of Na

2

CO

3

.xH

2

O is dissolved in 100 ml of water, 20 ml which required 19.8 ml of 0.1NHCl for

complete neutralisation. The value of x is

(a) 4 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 1

2. If the radius of first Bohr orbit is r, the wavelength of an electron in the third orbit of a hydrogen atom

is equal to

(a) 6 r (b) 2 r (c) 9 r (d) 3r

3. If the salts M

2

X, QY

2

and PZ

3

have same solubilities

4

27

j \

<

, (

( ,

, their K

sp

value are related as

(a)

( ) ( ) ( )

sp 2 sp 2 sp 3

K M X K QY K PZ > (b) ( ) ( ) ( )

sp 2 sp 2 sp 3

K M X K QY K PZ >

(c)

( ) ( ) ( )

sp 2 sp 2 sp 3

K M X K QY K PZ (d)

( ) ( ) ( )

sp 2 sp 2 sp 3

K M X K QY K PZ > >

4. The rate of reaction gets doubled when temperature changes from 7to 17C. By what factor will it

change when the temperature change from 17C to 27C (log 1.91 = 0.28)

(a) 2 (b) 2.1 (c) 1.91 (d) 2.3

5. The EMF of the following cell is 0.265 V at 25C and 0.2595 V at 35C

Pt (H

2

)|HCl (aq) | | AgCl | Ag

The heat of reaction, taking place at 25C is

(a) 90.8 kJ (b) 80.8 kJ (c) 82.8 kJ (d) + 35.5 kJ

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

6. Which of the following statement is correct about the folowing equilibrium

( ) ( ) ( )

3 2 2

1

NaNO s NaNO s O g

2

+ S

(a) on addition of NaNO

3

the equilibrium shifts in forward direction

(b) on addition of NaNO

2

the equilibrium shifts in backward direction

(c) on addition of O

2

the equilibrium shifts in backward direction

(d) All of these

7. In which of the following both compounds of the pair has p p back bonding

(a) SiCl

4

and N(SiH

3

)

3

(b) BF

3

and BCl

3

(c) N(SiH

3

)

3

and N(CH

3

)

3

(d) SiF

4

and SiO

2

8.

OH

(X)

CH =CHP Ph Br

2 3

+

(Y)

CHO

OH

(a)

O

(b)

O

(c)

OH

(d)

OH

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

Section II

Multiple Correct Choice Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONE OR MORE may correct.

9. Which among the following statement is/are correct (assuming

H

a H

+

+

, ]

]

)

(a)

10

pH log H

+

, ]

]

(b) pH decreases with increase of temperature

(c) pH can not be zero, negative or more than 14

(d) If a solution is diluted ten times, its pH increases by 1

10. Which is/are property/properties of ethanenitrile

(a) It gives carbylamine reaction with chloroform

(b) It undergoes acidic hydrolysis to give methylisocyanide

(c) It undergoes acidic hydrolysis to give carboxylic acid

(d) It undergoes alkaline hydrolysis to give salt of carboxylic acid

11.

3

NaCN/ BH

6 5 2 2 3 methanol

P Q C H CH NHCH CH +

(a) P is C

6

H

5

CHO (b) Q is C

2

H

5

NH

2

(c) P is C

6

H

6

(d) Q is CH

3

NHCH

2

CH

3

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

12. Which of following can give CO

2

as one of the byproduct of the reaction on heating alone or with

metal oxide?

(a) CH

2

CH COOH

2

CH COOH

2

(b) CH

2

COOH

COOH

(c)

COOH

COOH

COOH

(d)

CH CH COOH

2 2

CH CH COOH

2 2

13. The reagent(s) which can be used for the following conversion

NO

2

NO

2

NO

2

NH

2

(a) Aq. ethanolic (NH

4

)

2

S (b) Aq. Na

2

S

(c) Pt/H

2

(d) Zn | NaOH | C

2

H

5

OH

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

Section III

Comprehension Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon the first paragraph 3 multiple choice questions and

based upon the second paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these

questions has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Passage for Question Nos. 14 to 16

Excess of KCN reacts with two different reagent as per the given reaction to make complex having coordination

number four.

( ) ( )

KCN

Excess 2

Ni CN complex 1

( )

KCN

2 Excess

NiCl complex 2

14. The IUPAC name of complex 1

(a) Potassium tetracyanonicklate (IV) (b) Potassium tetracyanonicklate (II)

(c) Potassium tetrachloronicklate (II) (d) Potassium tetrachloronicklate (IV)

15. Which of the following statement is correct about complex (1) and complex (2)

(a) Both the complexes are diamagnetic

(b) Both the complexes are paramagnetic

(c) Complex (1) is diamagnetic and complex (2) is paramagnetic

(d) Complex (1) is paramagnetic and complex (2) is diamagnetic

16. The hybridization of central metal atom in complex (1) and complex (2) respectively is

(a) sp

3

and sp

3

d

2

(b) d

2

sp

3

and dsp

2

(c) dsp

2

and sp

3

(d) sp

3

and dsp

2

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

Passage for Question Nos. 17 and 18

Stability of alkenes can be compared by converting the compounds to a common product and comapring

the amount of heat given off. One possibility would be to measure heats of combustion. Alkene of lowest

heat of combustion among isomeric alkenes is of lowest energy and most stable.

The measure of heats of hydrogenation is another possibility to compare the relative stability of isomeric

alkenes. Heat of hydrogenation is heat given off during catalytic hydrogenation. Lower is the heat of

hydrogenation stable is the alkene. In case of cycloalkenes, cyacloalkanes having more angle strain are

less stable.

Heats of combustion are large numbers and measuring small difference in these large numbers is difficult.

However heats of hydrogenation are smaller numbers and provide more accurate energy difference.

17. The correct match for the following

(A) 2-methyl-2-butene (i) 27.6

(B) trans-2-pentene (ii) 26.9

(C) cis-2-pentene (iii) 30.3

(D) 3-methyl-1-butene (iv) 28.6

(a) A-(i), B-(iv), C-(ii), D-(iii) (b) A-(ii), B-(i), C-(iv), D-(iii)

(c) A-(ii), B-(iv), C-(iii), D-(i) (d) A-(iii), B-(iv), C-(i), D-(ii)

18. Among the following pairs in which case the second compound has higher heat of hydrogenation

than the first

(a)

,

(b) cis-2-butene, trans-2-butene

(c)

,

(d) 1-butene, 2-butene

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Chemistry

Section IV

Integer Type

This Section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from 0

to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.

S1. A hydrocarbon contains 10.5 gm of carbon per gm of H. One litre vapours of hydrocarbon at 127C

and 1 atm pressure weighs 2.8 gm. Find out number of carbon atom(s) in a molecule of hydrocarbon.

S2. The reduction potential diagram for A in acid solution is

E =X volt

3

+0.65 volt (E )

1

A

+

+1.35 volt (E )

2

A

2+

A

Calculate value of X.

S3. For an equilibrium reaction A 2B 2C D; + + S A and B are mixed in a reaction vessel at 300 K. The

initial concentration of B was 1.5 times the initial concentration of A. At the equilibrium the

concentration of A and D are same. Calculate K

C

for the above equation.

S4. An electron jumps from a certain Bohrs orbit of H atom to the 5

th

orbit. The wave number of radiation

emitted is 1340.3 cm

1

. The value of principal quantum number of the orbit from which this jump has

taken place (R

H

= 109670 cm

1

) is

S5. A solution has pH = 5. If one ml of this solution is diluted to 1 litre, then the pH of resulting solution

will be (Round off the value to nearby whole number if required)

S6. How many alkene(s) is/are possible with the molecular formula C

6

H

12

each of which gives 3-methyl

pentane on catalytic reduction?

Space for rough work

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Chemistry

S7. The number of next nearest neighbour ions of Cl

S8. Consider the following reactions

(i) A

C (1

st

order reaction)

At t = 0 2M

(ii) B

D (n

th

order reaction)

At t = 0 1M

When conc. of A was 2M and conc. of B was 1M the t

1/2

for each reaction was 5 min. After

15 minutes [B] = [A]. The value of n is

S9. The reaction given below yields 0.222 gm CH

4

(g) when 0.643 gm (CH

3

)

x

AlCl

y

is ignited. The residual

solution on treatment with AgNO

3

(aq) results in 0.996 gm AgCl as white precipitate. Find out the

value of

x

y

.

( ) ( ) ( )

3

AgNO 3

3 y 4

x

CH AlCl xCH g yCl Al y AgCl s

+

+ +

S10. The cooking gas cylinder is assumed to contain 9.82 kg isobutane having heat of combustion

2658 KJ/mole. If a family needs 15 10

3

KJ energy per day for cooking how long (in months) a

cylinder can last. [Assume 1 month = 30 days)

Space for rough work

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Mathematics

Part II

Section I

Single Correct Choice Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1. If the point ( ) 0, is a point of the region bounded by the semicircle

2

x 9 y

and the line x = 0

then the equation

2

x 2x 0

has

(a) atleast one real root in [2, 3] (b) at least one real root in [1, 0]

(c) two real roots in [1, 3] (d) no real roots in (0, 2)

2. A particle moving on a curve has the position given by ( ) ( ) x f t sint f t cost, +

( ) ( ) y f t cost f t sint at a time t where f is a thrice differentiable function. Then the velocity of

the particle at time t is

(a) ( ) f t

(b) ( ) ( ) f t f t + (c) ( ) ( ) f t f t + (d) ( ) ( ) f t f t

3. Let C

1

, C

2

, C

n

be a sequence of concentric circles. The n

th

circle has the radius n and it has

n openings. A point P starts travelling on the smallest circle C

1

and leaves it at an opening along

the normal at the point of opening to reach the next circle C

2

. Then it moves on the second circle C

2

and leaves it likewise to reach the third circle C

3

and so on. The total number of different paths in

which the point can come out of the n

th

circle is

(a) 2

n

. n! (b) 2

n1

. n! (c) n! (d) n

n1

. (n 1)!

4. If 2, x

3 4

log 4,

x

7

3

2

log 4

+

are in H.P. then x is equal to

(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 0

Space for rough work

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Mathematics

5. The fractional part of the number

33

3

25

is

(a)

3

25

(b)

23

25

(c)

22

25

(d)

8

25

6. If

( )( )

2

0 1 2

1

a a x a x

1 ax 1 bx

+ + +

L

then a

n

equals

(a)

n n

b a

b a

(b)

n n

a b

b a

(c)

n 1 n 1

a b

b a

+ +

(d)

n 1 n 1

b a

b a

+ +

7. A real valued function f(x) satisfies the functional equation f(x y) = f(x) f(y) f(a x) f(a + y) where

a is a given constant and f(0) = 1. Then f(2a x) equals

(a) f(x) (b) f(x) (c) f(x) (d) f(a) + f(a x)

8. Let A = (3, 4) and B is a variable point on the lines |x| = 6. If

AB 4

then the number of positions of

B with integral coordinates is

(a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 6 (d) 10

Space for rough work

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Mathematics

Section II

Multiple Correct Choice Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONE OR MORE may correct.

9. If a, b, c are three consecutive integers then the determinant

2

2

2

a ab ac

ab b bc

ac bc c

is divisible by

(a) 36 (b) 144 (c) 48 (d) none of these

10. Let a real valued differentiable function f(x) be strictly monotonic on [a, b] then

(a)

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

( )

( ) b f b 2 2

1

a f a

f x f b dx 2x b f x dx

, ]

, ]

]

(b)

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

( )

( ) b f b 2 2

1

a f a

f x f a dx 2x b f x dx

, ]

, ]

]

(c) ( )

b

a

f x dx

exists

(d) ( )

b

a

f x dx

11. In a triangle ABC, A and B are (1, 1) and (3, 1) respectively. The equation of perpendicular bisector

of AC is 3x 2y + 8 = 0 then

(a) mid point of AC is (2, 1) (b) C is (5, 3)

(c) circumcentre of ABC is

4 14

,

5 5

j \

, (

( ,

(d) circumcentre of ABC is (1, 2)

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Mathematics

12. The complex number with maximum modulus satisfying z 1 i 1 + is

(a) ( )

3 3

2 1 cos i sin

4 4

j \

+

, (

( ,

(b) ( )

3 3

2 1 cos i sin

4 4

j \

+ +

, (

( ,

(c)

3 3

2 cos i sin

4 4

j \

+

, (

( ,

(d)

( )

1

1 1 i

2

j \

+ +

, (

( ,

13. A player tosses a coin. He sets one point for head and two points for tail. He is to play on till he

reaches n. If P

n

pe the probability that his score becomes n. Then

(a)

2

1

P

2

(b)

2

3

P

2

(c)

1

1

P

2

(d)

( )

n n 1 n 2

1

P P P

2

+

Space for rough work

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Space for rough work

Section III

Comprehension Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon the first paragraph 3 multiple choice questions and

based upon the second paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these

questions has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Passage for Question Nos. 14 to 16

Let S be the set of points in a plane, we define the diameter of the set S as the maximum of the distances

between arbitrary pairs of points of S. Thus the diameter d of

S is given by d = max {d(P,Q) where P, Q

S}

14. If S be the set of interior points of an equilateral triangle of side 2 units then the diameter of S must

be

(a) 1 (b) 2 (c)

2

(d)

3

15. If S be the set of interior points of the ellipse x

2

+ 2y

2

= 4 then diameter of S must be

(a) 2 (b)

2

(c) 1 (d) 4

16. The diameter of the set of points forming a square of side a must be

(a) a (b) 2a (c) a 2 (d)

a

2

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Mathematics

Space for rough work

Passage for Question Nos. 17 and 18

Using the standard trigonometric inequality sinx < x < tanx where

0 x

2

< <

we can prove several other

inequalities. It must be noted that (0, 1) is a proper subset of 0,

2

j \

, (

( ,

17. If a = cos (sinx), b = sin (cosx) then

(a) a > b for all x (b) a < b for all x

(c) a > b in

0,

2

j \

, (

( ,

and a < b in

,

4 2

, ]

, ]

]

(d) a < b in

0,

4

j \

, (

( ,

and a > b in

,

4 2

, ]

, ]

]

18. If

0 x

2

< <

then

(a) log (sinx + cosx) < x (b) log (sinx + cosx) >x

(c) log (sinx + cosx) > x

2

(d) None of these

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Section IV

Integer Type

This Section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from 0

to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.

S1. There is a point from which length of the tangent drawn to the three circles 2x

2

+ 2y

2

+ x +7y+3 = 0,

2x

2

+ 2y

2

3x + 5y + 9 = 0 and x

2

+ y

2

+ y = 0 are equal. This length must be

S2. The k is the number of values taken by the function f(x) = [x

2

] + [2x

2

] over [0, 1] (where [ ] denotes

greatest integer less than or equal to x), then k must be equal to

S3. If a and b

r

r

are non-collinear vectors, then the point of intersection of the lines

r a 2b +

r

r r

( )

b 2a +

r

r

and

( )

r 2a b a 2b + +

r r

r r r

is

( )

k

a b

3

r

r

; then the numerical quantity k must be

S4. Vector x, y and z

r r r

each of magnitude

2,

make angle of 60with each other. If ( ) x y z a

r r r r

,

( ) y z x b

r

r r r

and x y c,

r r r

then

( )

b a a b c

z ,

2

+ +

r r

r r r

r

must be

S5. If

9

x

4

2 2

a a

log x x 2 log x 2x 3 . > + + Then the other solutions

lie in the interval

5

k, ,

2

j \

, (

( ,

k must be equal to

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S6. If

2 i / 7

e

and

( )

20

k

0 k

k 1

f x A A x

+

then the value of ( ) ( )

2 6

f x f x f( x) f( x) + + + L is

k(A

0

+ A

7

x

7

+ A

14

x

14

) then k must be equal to

S7. Consider n n graph paper where n is a natural number. Consider the right angled isosceles

triangle whose vertices are integer points of this graph and whose sides forming right angle are

parallel to x and y-axis. If the number of such triangles is ( )( )

2

n n 1 2n 1

k

+ +

then the numerical

quantity k must be

S8. Two sides of a triangle are of lengths

6

and 4 and the angle opposite to smaller side is 30. If the

possible areas of the triangle are equal to 2 k 2, then the numerical quantity k must be equal

to

S9. The ordinates of two points on the parabola y

2

= 12x are in the ratio 1 : 2. If the locus of point of

intersection of normals at these points is

2/ 3

y

x 3 7 2 ,

k

, ]

j \

+

, ]

, (

( ,

, ]

]

then the numerical quantity k should

be

S10. If the line y = 2x + a neither intersects nor touches the circles x

2

+ y

2

2x 2y + 1 = 0 and x

2

+ y

2

16x 2y + 61 = 0 and the circles lie on the opposite side of the line then a must lie in the interval

( )

2 5 k, 5 1 ;

the numerical quantity k must be equal to

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Physics

Part III

Section I

Single Correct Choice Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1. At t = 0, a particle (of mass m) is projected on a horizontal plane (making some angle with the

horizontal) with velocity

v

H

. Which of these is the expression of the radial force acting on the particle

at any time t, when the particle is airborne

(a)

( ) mg v gt

v gt

H H

H H (b)

( ) mg v gt

v gt

+

+

H H

H H (c)

( ) mg v gt

mg

v gt

+

+

H H

H

H H (d)

( ) mg v gt

mg

v gt

H H

H

H H

2. Water is flowing through a horizontal truncated cone having radii at the ends as 0.1m and 0.01m and

pressure drop across the length is 5N/m

2

. The rate of flow of water approximately is (Neglect

viscosity, density of water =

3 3

10 kg/ m )

(a)

kg/ s

10

(b)

kg/ s

100

kg/ s

5

3. Temperature pressure graph for the two gases A and B is shown in the figure. If work done by the

gases A and B during the processes shown are W

A

and W

B

respectively, then choose the correct

statement

P

T

A

B

(a) W

A

> W

B

(b) W

A

< W

B

(c) W

A

= W

B

(d) Data insufficient

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4. In YDSE, one of the slits is covered by a transparent slab, which transmits only 90% of the incident

light, then select the incorrect statement from the following.

t

S

1

S

2

S

O

Screen

(a) a maxima can occur at O

(b) central maximum position on the screen is the point at which the path difference is zero

(c) the point on the screen at which destructive interference occur, intensity will be equal to zero

(d) dark fringe will not be formed on the screen

5. A solid conducting sphere of radius 2R, carrying charge Q is surrounded by two point charges Q and

2Q as shown in the figure. The electric field at point P due to the charges on conducting sphere is

0

1

K

4

=

Q

3R 3R

R

O P

2Q

(a)

2

7 KQ

16 R

towards right (b)

2

1 KQ

8 R

towards right

(c)

2

KQ

R

towards right (d) zero

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6. ABCA is a cross section of a transparent material of refractive index

its refracting surfaces AC is given by y = x

2

. A ray of light travelling parallel to x-axis is incident

normally on the face AB and refracted. The minimum height h of the incident ray from point A to get

a refracted ray from surface AC is

y=x

2

C

B

A

h

(a)

2

h = (b)

2

h / 3 = (c)

2

2

h

3

+

=

(d)

2

1

h

4

=

7. A light rod is povited at one end show that it can swing freely as a pendulum. Two masses 2m and

m are attached to it at distances b and 3b respectively from the pivot. The rod is held horizontal and

then released. The angular acceleration at the instant it is released is

(a)

3mg

4b

(b)

g

b

(c)

5g

11b

(d)

11g

5b

8. A cylindrical tank of radius 1 m is half filled with water. The axis of the cylinder is horizontal. The tank

is given a horizontal acceleration being of 10 m/s

2

. The acceleration is perpendcular to the axis of

the cylinder. The maximum value of pressure in the cylinder is

10 m/s

2

Cross sectional view

(a) 1 atm (b) 1.4 atm (c) 1.14 atm (d) 2.4 atm

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Section II

Multiple Correct Choice Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out

of which ONE OR MORE may correct.

9. Consider a spring block arrangement placed on a rough floor of an elevator accelerating in the

direction as shown. The elevator started accelerating at t = 0, when the spring-block system was at

rest with the spring (massless) relaxed.

m

= 0.5

Elevator

K

45

2 a = magnitude of

acceleration of elevator

(a) for

g

a ,

2

>

block slides on the floor of elevator

(b) for a > g, block slides on the floor of elevator

(c) for a = 2g, maximum compression in the spring is

mg

2K

(d) for a = 2g, maximum compression in the spring is

mg

K

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10. A particle is projected with speed v

0

from the ground by making an angle of 30with the horizontal.

After some time it lands on the ground. Choose the correct statement (s)

(a) The average speed of projectile first decreases and then increases

(b) Angular momentum of the projectile about the point of projection first increases and then decrease

(c) Change in linear momentum of projectile during the time of flight is mv

0

(d) Instantaneous angular velocity of projectile when it hits the ground, about the point of projection

is

0

g

3 v

11. Two sound sources, each emitting sound of wavelength , in same phase are placed at a distance

3 , as shown in figure. A detector is moved along a line perpendicular to S

1

S

2

. The distance D of

this line from the midpoint of the sources is very large as compared to

O

D

S

1

S

2

3

(a) Total 5 maxima will be observed on the line

(b) Total 6 minima will be observed on the line

(c) A maxima will be observed at a distance

5D

2

from point O

(d) A minima will be observed at a distance

5D

2

from point O

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12. A hollow hemispherical bowl of mass m and radius R is hinged at O as shown in figure. Just after

releasing the hemisphere, choose the correct statement (s)

R

O

(a) The moment of inertia of bowl about O is

2

5

mR

3

(b) The angular acceleration of bowl about O will be

3g

5R

just after its release

(c) The acceleration of centre of mass will be

3g

2 5

(d) Force exerted by the hinge on the bowl is

mg

2

13. In a series L-C-R circuit, voltage applied is

v 3sin 314t

6

= +

and current from the supply is

i 2sin 314t .

3

= +

Which of the following is/are correct?

(a) Impedance of circuit is

1.5

(b) Reactance of circuit is

4

3

(c) Resistance of circuit is

3 3

4

(d) Wattless component of current is

1

A

2

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Section III

Comprehension Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon the first paragraph 3 multiple choice questions and

based upon the second paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these

questions has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Passage for Question Nos. 14 to 16

In the arrangement shown in the figure, the spring is in its natural length l

0

and spring constant of the spring

is

0

2mg

l

. An impulse imparts a horizontal velocity v

0

to the block in this position

v

0

14. If v

0

is the minimum velocity for which the block loses contact with the base, then the distance

covered by the block before it loses contact is

(a)

0

l

2

(b)

0

3l (c)

0

3l

2

(d)

0

2l

3

15. The minimum velocity v

0

for which the block will loose contact with the base is

(a)

0

g

l

(b) 0

gl

(c)

0

2gl (d)

0

1

gl

2

16. If the spring is replaced by a string, then the net force acting on the block, just after the velocity

equal to v

0

(found in previous question) is imparted, is

(a) 3 mg (b) 2 mg (c)

mg

2

(d) mg

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Passage for Question Nos. 17 and 18

A block of mass m and charge q is attached to a rod of same mass m. The other end of the rod is hinged

at O. The system is on a smooth horizontal table. An electric field is switched on in perpendicular direction

to rod.

l

l

E

Final position

Initial position

17. The speed of the block when rod becomes parallel to the field is

(a)

3qEl

2m

(b)

2qEl

3m

(c)

qEl

m

(d)

2qEl

5m

18. The tension developed at midpoint of the rod when rod becomes parallel to the field is

(a)

49

qE

16

(b)

33

qE

8

(c)

5

qE

3

(d)

q

qE

2

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Section IV

Integer Type

This Section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from

0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.

S1. A body of mass m slips down an inclined plane with a constant velocity. When the same body is

projected up the inclined plane from the bottom with a speed v

0

= 10 m/s, find the total displacement

(in m) of the body up the plane?

v

0

30

S2. At any instant the ratio of the amount of two radioactive substances is 2 : 1. If their half lives be

respectively 12 and 16 hours, then the ratio of the substances after two days is x : y. Find | x y |?

S3. A disc of mass m and radius R is subjected to two forces as shown in the figure. If the disc performs

pure rolling on the horizontal surface, then find the acceleration of the centre of mass (in m/s

2

) of the

disc. (Take

2

F

3m/ s

m

=

)?

O

2F

F

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S4. Two capacitors of capacitance 2 f and 6 f are connected in a circuit as shown in the figure.

Initially both the capacitors are uncharged and switch S

1

remains closed for a long time. Now switch

S

1

is opened and S

2

is closed. Find the ratio of heat loss in resistance

2

when only switch S

1

was

closed (for a long time) to the heat loss in the same resistance when switch S

2

only is closed

(for a long time)?

1

2

6 F

2 F

S

1

S

2

S5. A ball of mass 0.5 kg is projected with a speed of 5 m/s at an angle of 37from the horizontal. What

is the average torque (in Nm) of weight about the point of projection in time 0.6 s?

S6. An ammeter and a voltmeter are connected in series to a battery with an emf E = 6V. When a

certain resistance is connected in parallel with the voltmeter, the reading decreases two times while

the reading of the ammeter increases to same number of times. Find the reading of the voltmeter

after connection of resistance?

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S7. A particle of mass m is executing oscillations about the origin, on the x-axis. Its potential energy is

U(x) = K | x |

3

where K is some positive constant. If the amplitude of oscillation is a, then its

maximum speed is proporitonal to a

x/y

. Here x and y are integers. Find (x + y)?

S8. The ends of a stretched wire of length L are fixed at x = 0 and x = L. In one experiment, the

displacement of the wire is

1

x

y Asin sin t

L

=

and energy is E

1

and in another experiment, its

displacement is

2

3 x

y Asin sin3 t

L

=

and energy is E

2

. Then

2

1

E

E

is

S9. n moles of an ideal gas undergoes a process in which the temperature changes with volume as

T = KV

2

, where K is positive constant. The work done by the gas as the temperautre changes from

T

0

to 4T

0

is

0

nRT

x

2

. Find x?

S10. If the potential energy at the surface of the earth is assumed to be zero, the total energy of a moving

satellite at a radius of 2R is given by

y GMm

,

z R

then ( ) y z + is given by

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