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Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)

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T EST 2

ANSWERS
1.

(3)

37.

(4)

73.

(2)

109. (2)

145. (1)

2.

(2)

38.

(3)

74.

(1)

110. (1)

146 (2)

3.

(2)

39.

(4)

75.

(4)

111. (3)

147. (2)

4.

(4)

40.

(4)

76.

(3)

112. (3)

148. (2)

5.

(4)

41.

(4)

77.

(3)

113. (2)

149. (3)

6.

(4)

42.

(3)

78.

(4)

114. (4)

150. (3)

7.

(3)

43.

(2)

79.

(1)

115. (3)

151. (4)

8.

(2)

44.

(3)

80.

(3)

116. (2)

152. (2)

9.

(3)

45.

(3)

81.

(4)

117. (3)

153. (4)

10.

(2)

46.

(4)

82.

(2)

118. (4)

154. (3)

11.

(3)

47.

(3)

83.

(4)

119. (2)

155. (4)

12.

(4)

48.

(3)

84.

(3)

120. (4)

156. (4)

13.

(4)

49.

(1)

85.

(2)

121. (3)

157. (2)

14.

(4)

50.

(3)

86.

(2)

122. (2)

158. (1)

15.

(4)

51.

(2)

87.

(4)

123. (1)

159. (2)

16.

(4)

52.

(4)

88.

(3)

124. (4)

160. (3)

17.

(2)

53.

(4)

89.

(1)

125. (3)

161. (3)

18.

(4)

54.

(3)

90.

(3)

126. (4)

162. (2)

19.

(2)

55.

(3)

91.

(2)

127. (2)

163. (3)

20.

(3)

56.

(2)

92.

(1)

128. (1)

164. (2)

21.

(4)

57.

(1)

93.

(4)

129. (1)

165. (2)

22.

(2)

58.

(3)

94.

(1)

130. (2)

166. (4)

23.

(1)

59.

(4)

95.

(2)

131. (2)

167. (3)

24.

(3)

60.

(2)

96.

(4)

132. (3)

168. (4)

25.

(3)

61.

(4)

97.

(3)

133. (4)

169. (1)

26.

(2)

62.

(1)

98.

(1)

134. (4)

170. (3)

27.

(2)

63.

(1)

99.

(4)

135. (2)

171. (2)

28.

(3)

64.

(2)

100. (4)

136. (4)

172. (3)

29.

(2)

65.

(4)

101. (2)

137. (2)

173. (4)

30.

(2)

66.

(2)

102. (1)

138. (3)

174. (2)

31.

(3)

67.

(4)

103. (1)

139. (1)

175. (2)

32.

(2)

68.

(2)

104. (4)

140. (4)

176. (1)

33.

(3)

69.

(3)

105. (2)

141. (3)

177. (2)

34.

(2)

70.

(4)

106. (4)

142. (3)

178. (1)

35.

(4)

71.

(3)

107. (3)

143. (3)

179. (3)

36.

(2)

72.

(1)

108. (4)

144. (4)

180. (2)

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Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)

Hints to Selected Questions


[ PHYSICS]
1.

Answer (3)
 

A B 5i 4 j 3k C

2.

5i 4 j 3k
C
5 2
Answer (2)

3.

Answer (2)

11. Answer (3)

T1

d
d
and T2
v
v sin 60

T1
3
sin60
T2
2

12. Answer (4)

A B = 6 4 = 2 units
4.

Answer (4)

5.

Answer (4)
The vectors should form a triangle for zero resultant.

6.

Answer (4)

x 2 242 32 x

x = 7 and 32 x = 25
7.

L
2L

v rel
v

13. Answer (4)





v yx v y v x

Answer (2)
2

vx

10 10 10 10 3 m
Answer (3)

vy
45
5 kml
X
45
vx
vyx
5c
os
45

9.

v
2

Answer (3)
 
 
AB AB
= 90

8.

60
L
A v
B
vcos60
vrel = v vcos60

30

VR
VM


VRM

VM


VR VM

(North)

Path of Y w.r.t. X
Shortest distance of approach
= XZ 5cos 45

5
2

km

14. Answer (4)

VRM

VR2

VM2

2VRVM cos120

v RM 102 82 10 8 84 2 21 kmph
10. Answer (2)

v2

v1

40
1 tan1
45
40
Angle of B with x-axis

v1

v2



(v v1 ) 15 2
3
aav 2

m/s2 NW
t
10
2

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Angle of A with x-axis

20 3
2 tan1
60
20

Angle between them


2 1 15

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21. Answer (4)

15. Answer (4)


  
v u at

T tup tdown


v 5 i 12 j 13 k

Speed = 52 122 132 13 2 m/s

16. Answer (4)

2 km
km/h

4 2

4
hour
3

22. Answer (2)


r cos t i sin t j

R u


v sin ti cos tj

a 2 cos ti 2 sin tj

2H
25
5
5m
g
10

23. Answer (1)





rQP rQ rP

2
= r



= rQ VP t

Angle is 180

24. Answer (3)

17. Answer (2)


dd
(6 3)
H 1 2 tan 45
tan 45 2 m
d1 d 2
63

25. Answer (3)


ucos t = 480 m
u cos

18. Answer (4)

d
d
2 km

v u v u 4 2 km/h

2u sin
4
g

u sin 20

u sin 80

Now, tan 45

u sin gt
u cos

u cos u sin gt
= 20 10 = 10
tan = 2

480
2u sin
60 and
16
8
g

tan

4
3

53

26. Answer (2)


Velocity after 4 s is g 4 = 40 m/s

60

u = 40 m/s

= tan1(2)

19. Answer (2)

2u sin
4s
g

At 2 s it is at the highest point of trajectory.


So, centripetal acceleration = g
20. Answer (3)

R
Minimum speed should be equal to horizontal speed
of projectile.
v u sin60

v x 30 m/s, v g 2gH 2 10 45 30 m/s

40 3
20 3 m/s
2

27. Answer (2)


When x = R, y = 0

v
tan1 x
vy

1 30
tan 45

30

0 = 40 R 0.1 R2
R = 400 m

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32. Answer (2)

28. Answer (3)

1t1 2 t2
2

m/s
t1 t2
105

av

Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)

2
rad/hour
12 6

33. Answer (3)

29. Answer (2)

A=4m
90

ac = v becomes 4 times

B=5m
3m

3m

34. Answer (2)

at
2 rad/s2
R
35. Answer (4)

3 2m

36. Answer (2)


37. Answer (4)

2
2
A = 4, B 4 3 5m

38. Answer (3)

30. Answer (2)

39. Answer (4)

31. Answer (3)

40. Answer (4)

For perpendicular movement the initial angle of throw


should be 45 or more with the horizontal.
41. Answer (4)

42. Answer (3)

gcos = ac

at = gsin

tan

Centripetal acceleration ac = gcos

u2
g cos
R

vx

5
5

45

43. Answer (2)

vy

v rel 3 i 4 j
So, v 32 42 5 m/s
44. Answer (3)
45. Answer (3)

u2
10 10

20 m
g cos 10 1
2

600

2
20 rad/s
60

[ CHEMISTRY]
50. Answer (3)

46. Answer (4)

The total number of orbitals in a sub-shell is given by


(2l + 1).

47. Answer (3)


48. Answer (3)

Co (27) :

15

49. Answer (1)


n = 4,

l = 0; m = 0
l = 1; m = 0, 1
l = 2; m = 0, 1, 2
l = 3; m = 0, 1, 2, 3

No. of electrons would be 6.

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eg. for p-sub-shell, l = 1


No. of orbitals = 2 1 + 1 = 3.
51. Answer (2)
p-block contains metals (eg. Pb, Sn etc.), non-metals
(eg. C, N etc) and metalloids (eg. As, Sb etc.)
52. Answer (4)
La (Z = 57) belongs to d-block, 3rd group and 6th
period of the periodic table.
53. Answer (4)
Fact.

Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)

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54. Answer (3)

65. Answer (4)

 E
The correct Schrodinger wave equation is H
55. Answer (3)
In group-16 of the periodic table S has maximum
while oxygen has minimum negative electron gain
enthalpy.
56. Answer (2)

66. Answer (2)


Fact.
67. Answer (4)
IE of Be > B.

CO, N2O & NO are neutral oxides.

68. Answer (2)

57. Answer (1)


Bohrs theory is only applicable to one electron
system.
58. Answer (3)

Fact.
69. Answer (3)
Element

Na(11) :

Electrons are de-excited to 2nd orbit i.e., 1st excited


state which falls in visible region.

1s

2s

2p

(n + l) = 0 (n + l) = 2

3s

(n + l) = 3

: Be

egH (in kJ/mole) : +66

(n + l) = 1

+83

122

+31

Fact.

More metallic element has more basic oxide and Cs


is the most electropositive element.
60. Answer (2)
3d

Mn2(+) (Z = 25) :

4s

;
5 unpaired electrons
3d

Ni2(+) (Z = 28) :

4s

3d

Zn2(+) (Z = 30) :

4s

71. Answer (3)


Pairing of electrons in a sub-shell takes place only
when all the orbitals of the sub-shell are singly
occupied.
72. Answer (1)

;
2 unpaired electrons
10

Fact.
73. Answer (2)

13.6 Z2

Zero unpaired electrons


3d

(Z = 26) :

4s

n2

eV/atom

74. Answer (1)

;
4 unpaired electrons

61. Answer (4)

2r = n
2 x 25 = 5; [ r5 = x 25]
= 10 x

Fact.

75. Answer (4)

62. Answer (1)

70. Answer (4)

59. Answer (4)

Fe2(+)

1
KE

1
KE2

2
KE1

49 7

16 4

mvr

nh
, where n = 1, 2, 3, ......
2

in option (4) n = 4.5

63. Answer (1)


Cerium (Z = 58) is an f-block element and the
general valence shell electronic configuration of
f-block elements is (n 2)f 114 (n 1)d 01ns2.

76. Answer (3)


77. Answer (3)
Fact.

64. Answer (2)


Chemical species : CO

NO

O2(+)

No. of electrons

15

15

: 14

N2

C2H4

14

16

78. Answer (4)


The correct order is 4d < 5p < 6s < 4f

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Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)


Now, 1.6 eV = h 5 eV

79. Answer (1)

h = 6.6 eV

1
1
1
Rz2 2 2

n1 n2

6.6 1034 Js 3 108 m/s


6.6 1.6 1019 J
= 187.5 nm

1
1
94 5
R 1 2 2 R
R

3
2
36 36

200 nm
84. Answer (3)

80. Answer (3)


Any orbital can accommodate maximum of two
electrons.
p-sub-shell can have maximum of six electrons.

85. Answer (2)


6th period has 32 elements whereas 7th period is
incomplete.
86. Answer (2)

81. Answer (4)


One photon can eject only one electron and excess
energy of photon is converted into KE of
photoelectron.
82. Answer (2)

87. Answer (4)


88. Answer (3)
Cr has configuration 3d 5 4s 1 with six unpaired
electrons.
89. Answer (1)

For atomic number 118 symbol is Uuo.

1
1
E 13.6Z2 2 2
n1 n2

83. Answer (4)


KE = h h0

90. Answer (3)

1 = 6 h0

Fact.

Work function = 5 eV

[ BIOLOGY ]
91. Answer (2)
Kingdom Protista.
92. Answer (1)
93. Answer (4)
*

Bracket fungi grows on tree trunk.

Trypanosoma - parasitic protozoan which


causes sleeping sickness.

99. Answer (4)


Motile structures are absent in the life cycle of
cellular slime moulds.
100. Answer (4)
(i) Protozoans; (ii) Amoeboid protozoans; (iii) Malaria
101. Answer (2)
102. Answer (1)

94. Answer (1)

Phytophthora - Late blight of potato

95. Answer (2)

Agaricus - Edible mushroom

Puccinia graminis tritici - Black rust

Frustule has thin overlapping shells.


96. Answer (4)
Dinoflagellates
97. Answer (3)
*

Planktons - Diatoms

Chlorophyll a - Diatoms; Dinoflagellates,


Euglenoids.

Bioluminescence - Dinoflagellates

98. Answer (1)

103. Answer (1)


Members of Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes.
Penicillium, Ustilago, Aspergillus, Agaricus and
Neurospora
104. Answer (4)
105. Answer (2)
Phycomycetes (Zygomycetes)
106. Answer (4)
Alternaria is a fungi imperfecti in which sexual

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Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)


reproduction is absent.
107. Answer (3)

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129. Answer (1)
Green algae

108. Answer (4)

130. Answer (2)

109. Answer (2)

131. Answer (2)

Basidiospores are produced by members of


basidiomycetes.
110. Answer (1)

134. Answer (4)

A - Neurospora
B - Yeast

Given fish is Catla a bony fish.

113. Answer (2)

137. Answer (2)

Conidia are produced by members of ascomycetes


and deuteromycetes.

In Hemidactylus, fertilisation is internal.

115. Answer (3)

139. Answer (1)

Fungi

Chimaera is a cartilaginous fish having operculum.

116. Answer (2)

140. Answer (4)

117. Answer (3)

Vipera and Testudo belong to class reptilia.

118. Answer (4)


Euglena - chl a, b

142. Answer (3)

120. Answer (4)


*

Virus contain either DNA or RNA.

The protein coat made up of subunits called


capsomeres.

Dysentry is caused by Entamoeba.

143. Answer (3)

145. Answer (1)


Salpa is a chordata but not vertebrate.

122. Answer (2)

146 Answer (2)

Plant virus

147. Answer (2)

123. Answer (1)

Given animal is Petromyzon.

124. Answer (4)


I, II, III, IV - Viroids

128. Answer (1)

Bony fishes excrete ammonia while cartilaginous fish


excrete urea.

144. Answer (4)

121. Answer (3)

127. Answer (2)

141. Answer (3)


Doliolum has open circulatory system.

119. Answer (2)

Prions

Cartilaginous fishes lack bony endoskeleton


138. Answer (3)

114. Answer (4)

126. Answer (4)

135. Answer (2)


136. Answer (4)

112. Answer (3)

125. Answer (3)

133. Answer (4)


Lichens - Pioneer colonisers of barren rocks.

111. Answer (3)

III, IV

132. Answer (3)

- Virus

148. Answer (2)


149. Answer (3)
Axonic knob has synaptic vesicles filled with
neurotransmitter.
150. Answer (3)
Given muscle is cardiac muscle.
151. Answer (4)
Nissls granules are present in cell body and dendron.

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Test - 2 (Code B) (Answers & Hints)

152. Answer (2)

170. Answer (3)

Bipolar neurons are present in retina of eye.

Hyaline cartilage present in nasal septum.

153. Answer (4)

171. Answer (2)

Given epithelium is compound epithelium.

Bone marrow is absent in dried bone.

154. Answer (3)

172. Answer (3)

Unicellular gland secrete mucus.

Astrocyte forms blood brain barrier.

155. Answer (4)


Skeletal muscles (Biceps) are attached to bone.

173. Answer (4)


Sebaceous gland is holocrine gland.

156. Answer (4)

174. Answer (2)

157. Answer (2)


158. Answer (1)

Connective tissue and muscle tissue originate from


mesoderm.

Neurons are excitable cells.

175. Answer (2)

159. Answer (2)


Adipose tissue stores fat.

Epithelial tissue is avascular.

160. Answer (3)

176. Answer (1)

161. Answer (3)

Ascidia is a urochordata/tunicate.

162. Answer (2)

177. Answer (2)

Given characters are of bone.

178. Answer (1)

163. Answer (3)


Multiunit smooth muscles are present in muscle
used in erection of body hair.

Sphenodon is a living fossil.


179. Answer (3)

164. Answer (2)

A - Cyclostomata Cartilaginous
endoskeleton

Clavicle is dermal bone.


165. Answer (2)

B - Osteichthyes Bony endoskeleten and


external fertilisation

Lamprey and Hag fish belong to cyclostomata.


166. Answer (4)

C - Reptilia

Bony endoskeleton and


internal fertilisation

D - Aves

Bony endoskeleton and


internal fertilisation

167. Answer (3)


168. Answer (4)
169. Answer (1)
Tight junctions help to stop substances from leaking
across the tissue.

180. Answer (2)

  

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Bradypus has nine cervical vertebra.