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PHYSICS
1. (2)
2. (4)
3. (1)
4. (3)
5. (4)
6. (3)
7. (1)
8. (1)
9. (4)
10. (3)
11. (4)
12. (3)
13. (2)
14. (1)
15. (3)
16. (3)
17. (1)
18. (2)
19. (4)
20. (1)
21. (3)
22. (1)
23. (1)
24. (3)
25. (1)
26. (4)
27. (3)
28. (1)
29. (1)
30. (4)
CHEMISTRY
31. (3)
32. (3)
33. (2)
34. (3)
35. (4)
36. (2)
37. (2)
38. (2)
39. (1)
40. (2)
41. (4)
42. (2)
43. (1)
44. (3)
45. (2)
46. (4)
47. (3)
48. (3)
49. (3)
50. (2)
51. (2)
52. (4)
53. (1)
54. (1)
55. (3)
56. (2)
57. (2)
58. (3)
59. (3)
60. (1)
MATHEMATICS
61. (4)
62. (1)
63. (2)
64. (1)
65. (1)
66. (4)
67. (2)
68. (4)
69. (2)
70. (1)
71. (3)
72. (3)
73. (2)
74. (2)
75. (2)
76. (3)
77. (3)
78. (3)
79. (1)
80. (1)
81. (3)
82. (2)
83. (3)
84. (2)
85. (3)
86. (2)
87. (3)
88. (3)
89. (1)
90. (4)
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1. Answer (2)
Maximum value of tension in string

max
= 2 10 = 20 N is less than limiting friction
f = 0.8 30 = 24 N
Therefore acceleration of the system is zero.
2. Answer (4)
w = F.ds
=

(3 2 ).(6 ) + + i j k i j
= 16 J
3. Answer (1)
Net speed
=
2 2
0
( ) + v R
=
2 2
0 0
4 + v V
=
0
5v
4. Answer (3)
A
120
140
100
1
F
2
F
3
F
As the block A is in equilibrium
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3 1 2
sin(100 ) sin140 sin120
= =
F F F
sin(100) > sin(120) > sin(140)
|F
1
| > |F
3
| > |F
2
|
5. Answer (4)
N
8 g
f
F t = 2
8 g
1
80 2
2
= t
t = 20 s
6. Answer (3)
L A
3
2
L
I about the axis
=
2
2 2 2
3
3 3 3 2

| |

+ + +
| `
|
\
)
mL mL mL L
m
=
2
7
4
mL
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7. Answer (1)
Work done = Area under the force position curve
3
2
3
4
x(m)
F(N)
2
3
2

2 1 1
1 1 3
3 2 2
= w
=
1 2
1 1 3
2 3
(

(

=
7
J
6

8. Answer (1)
O
30
L
2
(1 + sin30)
By conservation of mechanical energy
2
1
(1 sin30)
2 2
L
mg I + =
2
2
3 1
2 2 2 3
L mL
mg
| |
| |
=
|
|
|
\
\
9
2
g
L
=

2
2
3
= =
B
L
v gL
9. Answer (4)
When the block of 3 kg is lowered by x, pully will be
displaced by
2
x
, decrease on gravitational potential
energy is equal to increase in spring potential en-
ergy
2
1
2 2
x
k mgx
| |
=
|
\

8mg
x
k
=
=
8 3 10
24 cm
10

=
10. Answer (3)
L
m
L (1 cos )

w = mgL (1 cos)
11. Answer (4)
30
O
h
H
Let velocity of the particle when it reaches point O,
is v then
2
1
2
= + mgH mv mgh , where m is mass of the block
2 ( ) = v g H h

2
sin2
=
v
R
g
=
2 ( )sin60 g H h
g
= 3 ( ) H h
12. Answer (3)
Reaction of weight will act upon the earth
13. Answer (2)
Acceleration of the system
2
20
m/s
11
= a
T A 20 N
20
20 (5 2)
11
= + T
7 80
20 1 N
11 11
| |
= =
|
\
T
= 7.3 N
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14. Answer (1)
2 2
1 1
KE
2 2
= + mv I
For solid sphere
2
2
5
= I mR and in pore rolling
v = R
2
2 2 0
0
1 1 2
KE
2 2 5
| | | |
= +
| |
\ \
v
mv mR
R
=
2
0
1 1
2 5
| |
+
|
\
mv
=
2
0
7
10
mv
15. Answer (3)

3sin30 3cos30 =

i
v i j

2cos60 2sin60
f
v i j = + +

3 3 3

1 3
2 2
| |
| |
= + + +
|
|
|
\
\

f i
v v i j
5 5 3

2 2
| |
| |
= +
|
|
|
\
\

f i
v v i j
=

p m v
=

5 5 3 + i j
| |

p = 10 kg m/s
16. Answer (3)
As no external force is applied therefore momentum
of the system will remain conserved
5 4 + 4 2 = 2 4 + 2 v
v = 10 m/s
17. Answer (1)
=
du
F
dx
= 2x + 2
F at x = 2 is 2 N
18. Answer (2)
As no external force is acting upon the system
Momentum of the system remains conserved
400 20 = 440 v
200
m/s
11
= v
19. Answer (4)
In case A N = mgcos60
= 10 newton
In case B N = mg
= 20 newton
In case C N = mg(g 5)
= 10 newton
In case D N = m(g + 5)
= 30 newton
20. Answer (1)
Let the velocity of the particle at topmost point is v
then
2
1 1
(6 ) 2
2 2
= + m gl mv mgl
2 = v g L
At topmost point
T
mg 2
+ =
mv
T mg
L
2 | |
=
|
\
gL
T m g
L
T = mg
21. Answer (3)
By work energy theorem
W = KE

2
1

(3 2 4 ).(2 2 2 ) 3
2
+ + + + = i j k i j k v

2
3
6 4 8
2
+ + = v
12 m/s = v
22. Answer (1)
2
d
d

= =

2 d d =
Integrating from 0 to
3

=
0
3
0
2 d d

=

2
2 2
0
2
2 2 2 3
| |
=
|
\
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2
2 2
0
2 3 2
| |
= +
|
\
=
2
2
0
2
9

= +
23. Answer (1)
Tension in pully
2 2 5 10 200
N
2 5 7

= =
+
T
Force on the pully = 2T
T
T
2 T
24. Answer (3)
Let the distance travelled by the block is x.
Then
2
1
(1)
2
k fx =

2
1
20 (1) 16
2
x =
5
m
8
x =
25. Answer (1)
Centripetal force is divided by friction which is static
in nature.
26. Answer (4)
Statement-I is in correct friction depends upon other
forces, statement-II is correct.
27. Answer (3)
Statement-I is correct but N = mg only when it is
placed on a horizontal surface.
28. Answer (1)
Friction is self adjustable force which depends upon
applied force.
29. Answer (1)
Potential energy is defined for conservative forces.
30. Answer (4)
Parallel axis theorem is yalid for plane sheets and
therefore statement-1 is false.
CHEMISTRY
31. Answer (3)
Tl have highest electronegativity due to poor
screening 4f orbital.
32. Answer (3)
Fact
33. Answer (2)
F
P
F
Cl
Cl
Cl
34. Answer (3)
O
2
2
has least bond order i.e. 1.
35. Answer (4)
At constant temperature, H and E are zero.
36. Answer (2)
10
8
M HCl is acidic, other are basic.
37. Answer (2)
Fact.
38. Answer (2)
CaCO
3
(s) CaO(s) + CO
2
(g)
Number of gaseous mole increases.
39. Answer (1)
B
2
has 2 unpaired electrons
40. Answer (2)
Due to back bonding.
41. Answer (4)
Degree of hydrolysis of salt of weak acid and weak
base is independent from concentration of salt.
42. Answer (2)
Equilibrium will shift in backward.
43. Answer (1)
For this reaction
H = ve
S = ve
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61. Answer (4)
Given,
2 1 3 x i = +

1 3
2
i
x
+
= = (complex cube root of unity)
Now, (1
2
+ )
6
(1 +
2
)
= (1
2

2
)
6
( )
6
{ 1 +
2
+
2
= 0}
= (2
2
)
6
(2)
6
= (2
6
) (
3
)
4
(2)
6
(
3
)
2
{


3
= 1}
= (2)
6
(2)
6
= 0
62. Answer (1)
If ( + 1)x
2
+ 2 = x + 3 has only one solution, if
discriminant = 0

2
4( + 1) (1) = 0
= 2
63. Answer (2)

2
1
1 1
2
x
x
+

2
1
1
2
x
x
+

2
1
1
2 | |
x
x
+

2
(| | 1)
0
| |
x
x

|x| > 0 {|x| 1}


2
0
|x| = 1 x = 1
But x = 1 is rejected as x > 0

1
1 2 2
sin (1) . 1
1 2
n
i
i

+
= = =
`

)

1
1
1
n
i
i
+
=
`

)
MATHEMATICS
44. Answer (3)
Heat capacity is extensive property
45. Answer (2)
H SO
2 4
2H + SO
+ 2
4
2 .01
= .02 M
.01M
PbSO
4
Pb + SO
2+ 2
4
x (x + 0.01)
K
sp
= (x) (x + 0.01)
( x < < < < 0.01)
10
8
4 10
x 4 10 M
0.01

= =
46. Answer (4)
Due to high polarising power and polarisability.
47. Answer (3)
Electron affinity of Be is zero or negative.
48. Answer (3)
Due to more repulsion by double bond.
49. Answer (3)
Fact.
50. Answer (2)
It is non-spontaneous process.
51. Answer (2)
HF is least volatile due to intermolecular hydrogen
bonding.
52. Answer (4)
Due to addition of CO, equilibrium shifted in
backward
53. Answer (1)
In I
3

, sp
3
d hybridisation is present.
54. Answer (1)
Fact
55. Answer (3)
Fact.
56. Answer (2)
In H
2
, bond is formed by s-s orbital overlapping.
57. Answer (2)
Fact.
58. Answer (3)
O

2
is paramagnetic.
59. Answer (3)
Fact
60. Answer (1)
Fe
+3
+ H
2
O Fe(OH)
+2
+ H
+
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2 4 6
2
( 1) ( 1) , ( 1) , ( 1) , .....
n
=
2
2
n
=
n = 4
64. Answer (1)
4 = 2
a
+ 3
b
+ 5
c
= 2
a
+ (4 1)
b
+ (4 + 1)
c
= 2
a
+
4k + (1)
b
+ (1)
c
Case - (1) : a = 1, b = even, c = any number
Case - (2) : a 1, b = odd, c = any number
Required number of ways
= (1 2 5) + (4 3 5) = 70
65. Answer (1)
Given equation are symmetrical about line y = x,
Then x
2
+ 1 = x
x = ,
2
i.e., no real roots
Zero number of solution
66. Answer (4)
2x + 2y = 20 z
or x + y = 10
2
z

Coefficient of
10
2
z | |

|
\
in {1 + +
2
+ .....}
2
=
11 11
2 2
1
10
2
11
2
z z
z
z
C C
| | | |

| |
\ \
| |

|
\
= =
Putting, z = 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, ....., 20
Number of integral solution
= 11 + 10 + 9 + .... + 2 + 1 = 66
67. Answer (2)
x + y + z = 12,
0, 0, 0
0, 0, 0
or 1, 1, 1
x y z
x y z
x y z
< < <

> > >
`


)
Let x = , y =
1
, z =
+ + = 12, ,, 1
Number of points in space =
121
C
3 1
=
11
C
2
= 55
68. Answer (4)
15
2 1
1
Re( )
m
m
z

=
=

15
1
cos(2 1)
m
m
=

=
1 2
sin
2
.cos( (14) 2 )
2
sin
2
| |

|
|
\
+
| |
|
\
=
sin30. cos30
sin
=
3
4sin2
69. Answer (2)
f(1) < 1 a b + c < 1 ... (1)
and f(1) > 1 a + b + c > 1 ... (2)
and f(3) < 4 9a + 3b + c < 4 ... (3)
f(1) > 1 a b c < 1 ... (4)
from (1) and (3) 12a + 4c < 1 ... (5)
from (4) and (3) 6a 2c < 1 ... (6)
from (5) and (6)
1
8
a< a < 0
70. Answer (1)
For b < 0
|x
2
2x 3| < 0
Impossible, No solution
For b = 0
x
2
2x 3 = 0 Two solution
For 0 < b < 1
0 < |x
2
2x 3| < 1
( 1, 1 3) (1 3, 3) x +
for b = 1
x
2
2x 3 = 1
1 5, 1 3 x =
71. Answer (3)
O
A
1
A
2
A
n
B
1
B
2
B
n
Number of triangle =
n
C
2

n
C
1
+
n
C
1

n
C
2
+ 1
n
C
1

n
C
1
= n
3
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72. Answer (3)

Centre of circle |z 2| = 2, i.e. 2 lies on


(1 ) (1 ) 4 z i z i + + =
Hence, given line passes through centre i.e. inter-
sect at two points
Number of solutions = 2
73. Answer (2)
Let m = (2n 1)
Then
m(m
2
1) = (2x 1) (2n 1)
2
1)
= (2n 1) (4n
2
4n)
= 4n(n 1) (2n 1)
Always divisible by 24
74. Answer (2)
21 21
!(21 )! 1 21!
!(21 )! 21! 21!
21!
n n
n n
n n
C C

= = =
`
)
For minimum value,
21
C
n
is maximum i.e.
21 21
21 1 10
2
C C

=
Minimum value = 21!
10
21!
10!11!
C
=
75. Answer (2)
|[x] 2x| = 4
|[x] 2([x] + {x})| = 4
|[x] + 2{x}| = 4, which is possible only when 2{x}
= 0, 1
If {x} = 0
[x] = 4 and then x = 4, 4
If
1
{ } ,
2
x = then [x] + 1 = 4
[x] = 3, 5

7 9
,
2 2
x

= ,
Hence 4 solution
76. Answer (3)
If |z| = |z 1| = |z|
2
= |z 1|
2
( 1) ( 1) zz z z =

1 z z + =
and if |z| = |z + 1|
|z|
2
= |z + 1|
2
( 1)( 1) zz z z = + +

1 z z + =
1 z z + =
| | 1 z z + =
77. Answer (3)
Maximum number of points =
8
C
2
= 28
78. Answer (3)
(x a) (x b) (x c) d = (x ) (x ) (x )
(x ) (x ) (x ) + d = (x a) (x b) (x c)
Roots are a, b, c
79. Answer (1)

1 3
1 3 2 2
2
i
z i

+
= + = =
`

)
z
2n
+ 2
n
.z
n
+ 2
2n
= 2
2n

2n
+ 2
n
.2
n
.
n
+ 2
2n
= 2
2n
{
2n
+
n
+ 1}
Let n = 3m + 1, mI
z
2n
+ 2
n
z
n
+ 2
2n
= 2
2n
{
2
+ + 1} = 0
80. Answer (1)

|z| is real and positive, imaginary part is zero


arg|z| = 0
[arg |z|] = 0

100
0
[arg| |] 0
r
z dx
=
=

81. Answer (3)


Number of different factors
=
factors
( 1) {(1 1) (1 1) ....... (1 1)} 1
n
m + + + +

= (m + 1)2
n
1
82. Answer (2)
Let
2 2
2( )[ ] y k x x x k = + +

2 2
2( )
y
x x k
k x
+ + =

... (1)
on rationalising

2
2 2
2 ( ) k k x
x k x
y

+ =
... (2)
Subtracting equation (1) & equation (2)
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2
2 ( )
2
2( )
y k k x
x
k x y

4(y k
2
)x
2
+ 4k (2k
2
y)x + (y
2
4k
4
) = 0
But x is real
D 0
y 2k
2
83. Answer (3)
0.3 0.3
log | 1| log | | z z i >
|z 1| < |z i|
|z 1|
2
< |z i|
2
( 1) ( 1) | | ( ) z z z i z i < +
( ) ( ) 0 z z i z z + + =
0
2 2
z z z z + | |
>
` |
\ )
if (z = x + iy)
x y > 0
84. Answer (2)
3 27
,
8 8
+ = =

1 1
2 2
3 3
1
3
1
4
( )
| | | |
+
+ = = | |
| |

\ \

85. Answer (3)
2 6
33 33 33
..... 16 8 4 2 1 0
2 2 2
( ( (
+ + + = + + + + +
( ( (

= 31
86. Answer (2)
Statement-1 is true

6! = 720 = 8 9 10
Product of 3 consecutive integers
Statement-2 is true but not correct explanation
87. Answer (3)
Statement-1 is true
Number of functions = n
n
Statement-2 is false
88. Answer (3)
Let
( ) 1
x x x
a b c
f x
d d d
| | | | | |
= + +
| | |
\ \ \
( ) ln ln ln 0
x x
a a b b c c
f x
b b d d d d
| | | | | | | |
= + + <
| | | |
\ \ \ \
f(0) = 2
f(x) is decreasing function and
lim ( ) 1
x
f x

=
f(x) has only one real root
89. Answer (1)
a
1
+ a
2
+ ....a
5
= 0

x = 1 is a root of a
1
x
4
+ a
2
x
3
+ a
3
x
2
+ a
4
x + a
5
= 0
Maximum roots = 4 and complex roots are in
pair form, hence given equation has atleast two real
roots.
90. Answer (4)
Statement-1 is false
There is no order relation in set of complex
numbers.
Cancellation law i.e. a + c > b + c
a > b does not holds good in complex numbers
Statement-2 is correct