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for

M.M. : 360

JEE (MAIN)-2015

(Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)

Important Instructions :

1.

2.

The Test Booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum marks are 360.

3.

There are three parts in the question paper A, B, C consisting of Physics, Chemistry and

Mathematics having 30 questions in each part of equal weightage. Each question is allotted 4 (four)

marks for each correct response.

4.

Candidates will be awarded marks as stated above in Instructions No. 3 for correct response of each

question. (one-fourth) marks will be deducted for indicating incorrect response of each question.

No deduction from the total score will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer

sheet.

5.

There is only one correct response for each question. Filling up more than one response in each

question will be treated as wrong response and marks for wrong response will be deducted accordingly

as per instruction 4 above.

6.

Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writing particulars/marking responses on Side-1 and Side-2

of the Answer Sheet. Use of pencil is strictly prohibited.

7.

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8.

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PARTA : PHYSICS

1.

2.

edge of a cliff 240 m high with initial speed of

10 m/s and 40 m/s respectively. Which of the

following graph best represents the time variation of

relative position of the second stone with respect to

the first?

L

g . Measured value of L is 20.0 cm known

to 1 mm accuracy and time for 100 oscillations of

the pendulum is found to be 90 s using a wrist

watch of 1 s resolution. The accuracy in the

determination of g is

T 2

ground and neglect air resistance, take g = 10 m/s2)

(The figures are schematic and not drawn to scale)

240

(y2 y1) m

(1) 2%

(2) 3%

(3) 1%

(4) 5%

Answer (2)

2

Sol. g 4 .

(1)

12

t (s)

(y2 y1) m

240

(2)

240

3.

(y2 y1) m

(3)

240

g

l

T

100 100 2

100

g

l

T

=

l

t

100 2. 100

l

t

0.1

1

100 2 100

20.0

90

100 200 1 20

3%

200 90 2 9

t (s)

12

12

l

T2

A B

weight 20 N and 100 N, respectively. These are

being pressed against a wall by a force F as shown.

If the coefficient of friction between the blocks is 0.1

and between block B and the wall is 0.15, the

frictional force applied by the wall on block B is

t (s)

(y2 y1) m

(4)

(1) 100 N

(2) 80 N

(3) 120 N

(4) 150 N

Answer (3)

12

t (s)

fs

Answer (3)

Sol.

x = x2 x1 = 30t

A

20 N

x t

When second stone hits ground and first stone is in

air x decreases.

100 N

system)

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4.

speed 2v is hit by another particle of mass 2m

moving in the y direction wth speed v. If the

collision is perfectly inelastic, the percentage loss in

the energy during the collision is close to

(1) 44%

(2) 50%

(3) 56%

(4) 62%

6.

of maximum possible volume is cut. Moment of

inertia of cube about an axis passing through its

center and perpendicular to one of its faces is

(1)

MR 2

32 2

(2)

MR 2

16 2

(3)

4 MR 2

9 3

(4)

4 MR 2

3 3

Answer (3)

Sol. m

2v

v

v'

Answer (3)

2mv 2

v'

3m

Sol. d 2 R a 3

2m

KE loss =

1

1

2

m 2 v 2m v 2

2

2

2

2mv 2

1

5 2

3m

mv

2

3

m

3

5

mv 2

3

Required % =

100 56%

2mv 2 mv 2

5.

h2

4R

(2)

3h

4

(3)

5h

8

(4)

3h 2

8R

2

R

3

4 3

R

M

3

3

M 2 3

2

R

cone from its vertex is z0. If the radius of its base is

R and its height is h then z0 is equal to

(1)

M'

Answer (2)

Sol. dm r 2 .dy.

2M

3

M ' a2 2 M 4 2 1

R

6

6

3 3

4 MR 2

9 3

From a solid sphere of mass M and radius R, a

R

is removed, as

spherical portion of radius

2

shown in the figure. Taking gravitational potential

V = 0 at r = , the potential at the centre of the

cavity thus formed is

(G = gravitational constant)

I

7.

R

yCM

ydm

dm

r 2 dy y

1 2

R h

3

3h

4

3

(1)

GM

2R

(2)

GM

R

(3)

2GM

3R

(4)

2GM

R

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Answer (2)

Answer (3)

Sol. V = V1 V2

1U 1 4

Sol. P kT

3V 3

GM

V1 3 3R 2 R

2R

2

PV = RT

M

3G

8

V2

R

2

2

V T3

GM

R

A pendulum made of a uniform wire of crosssectional area A has time period T. When an

additional mass M is added to its bob, the time

period changes to TM. If the Young's modulus of the

material of the wire is Y then

reservoirs such that each reservoir supplies

same amount of heat.

1

is equal to

Y

TM 2

A

(1) T 1 Mg

TM 2

Mg

(2) T 1 A

TM 2 A

(3) 1 T Mg

T 2 A

(4) 1 T Mg

M

reservoirs such that each reservoir supplies

same amount of heat.

In both the cases body is brought from initial

temperature 100C to final temperature 200C.

Entropy change of the body in the two cases

respectively is

Answer (1)

9.

(1) ln 2, 4ln 2

(2) ln 2, ln 2

(3) ln 2, 2ln 2

Answer (None)

l

Sol. T 2 g

1

T

being heated by keeping it in contact with reservoirs

in two ways :

(g = gravitational acceleration)

Sol. ds

...(1)

l l

g

...(2)

Mgl

Fl

l

Al

AY

...(3)

TM 2

...(ii)

RT 1 4

kT

V

3

V

8.

...(i)

dQ

dT

ms

T

T

s ds ms

T

473

dT

1log e 2 log e

373

T

T1

chamber. As the gas undergoes an adiabatic

expansion, the average time of collision between

molecules increases as Vq, where V is the volume of

the gas. The value of q is

1

A TM

Y Mg T

CP

Cv

temperature T. The black body radiation inside it

can be considered as an ideal gas of photons with

internal energy per unit volume u

(1)

U

T 4 and

V

1

2

Answer (3)

(3)

1 U

pressure P . If the shell now undergoes an

3V

Sol.

(1) T eR

(2) T e3R

(3) T 1

R

(4) T

3 5

6

1

R3

vrms

V

T

(2)

3 5

6

(4)

1

2

1

3 RT

N

2 d 2

V M

...(i)

...(ii)

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TV 1 = k

Answer (2)

v

320

320

Sol. f 1 f v v f 320 20 f 300 Hz

1

2

its kinetic energy (KE) and potential energy (PE)

against its displacement d. Which one of the

following represents these correctly?

v

320

f2 f

Hz

f

v

v

340

f

f f1

100 2 1 2

100

f1

f1

300

100

1 12%

340

14. A long cylindrical shell carries positive surface

charge in the upper half and negative surface

charge in the lower half. The electric field lines

around the cylinder will look like figure given in

E

KE

PE

d

E

(2)

KE

E

PE

++++

+

+

(1)

KE

d

(3)

(2)

+

++

++

+

(1)

...(iii)

PE

E

(3)

PE

(4)

KE

(4)

Answer (2)

Sol. KE

++ ++

+

+

1

m2 ( A2 d 2 )

2

Answer (1)

1

m2 d 2

2

At d = A,

PE

potential V0 (measured with respect to ) on its

surface. For this sphere the equipotential surfaces

3V0 5V0 3V0

V

,

,

and 0 have radius

with potentials

2

4

4

4

R1, R2, R3 and R4 respectively. Then

PE = maximum while KE = 0.

13. A train is moving on a straight track with speed

20 ms1. It is blowing its whistle at the frequency of

1000 Hz. The percentage change in the frequency

heard by a person standing near the track as the

train passes him is (speed of sound = 320 ms1)

close to

(1) 6%

(2) 12%

(3) 18%

(4) 24%

(2) R1 0 and (R2 R1) > (R4 R3)

(3) R1 = 0 and R2 < (R4 R3)

(4) 2R < R4

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Answer (3, 4)

Charge

Q

Sol. V0 k

R

...(i)

VI

kQ

3R 2 r 2

2 R3

Q2

(4)

1 F

3

V V0 R1 = 0

2

R2

Answer (2)

2 2

5 kQ

kQ 3R 3 r

4 R

2R

3 F

Sol. C aq =

3C

3C

...(i)

3C

E

Total charges q

3C

R

2

...(ii)

3 kQ kQ

3

4 R

R

4R

3

1 kQ kQ

4 R

R4

q'

R3

R4 = 4R R4 > 2R

2 3CE

2CE

2E

3 (3 C ) 3 C 1 3

C

Now,

changes as C is varied from 1 F to 3 F. Q2 as a

function of C is given properly by : (Figures are

drawn schematically and are not to scale)

dQ

dQ 2

0, 2 0

dC

dC

wire of length 0.1 m, the drift speed of electrons is

2.5 104 ms1. If the electron density in the wire is

8 1028 m3, the resistivity of the material is close to

1 F

C

Answer (4)

2 F

Sol. V IR I

Charge

VA

VA

V

Il

ln eA d

l n e d

5

0.1 2.5 10 19 1.6 10 19 8 10 28

= 1.6 105 m

Q2

(1)

1 F

l

A

3 F

is

6V

Charge

Q2

(2)

1 F

3 F

3

Q

Charge

Q2

(2) 0 A

(3)

1 F

3 F

6

9V

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Answer (3)

Answer (2)

9 = 6I1 I2 (1)

6 = 4I2 I1 (2)

Solving, I1 I2 = 0.13A

6V

I2

Sol.

I1

(l)g

I1I2

Tcos = gl

9V

Tsin =

3

19. Two coaxial solenoids of different radii carry

current I in the same direction. Let F1 be the

magnetic force on the inner solenoid due to the

outer one and F2 be the magnetic force on the outer

solenoid due to the inner one. Then

(1) F1 = F2 = 0

(1)

0

I Il

.

2 2 L sin

gL

0 cos

I 2 sin

a current I of 12 A is placed in different orientations

as shown in the figures below:

(2) F1 is radially inwards and F2 is radially

outwards

(3) F1 is radially inwards and F2 = 0

(a)

(4) F1 is radially outwards and F2 = 0

Answer (1)

(b)

current I, are held by insulating threads of length L

and are in equilibrium as shown in the figure, with

threads making an angle with the vertical. If wires

have mass per unit length then the value of I is

I

z

(g = gravitational acceleration)

(c)

B

y

gL

(1) sin cos

0

(d)

gL

(2) 2 sin cos

0

I

I

positive z direction, in which orientations the loop

(3) 2

gL

tan

0

(4)

gL

tan

0

equilibrium?

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it. The amplitude of the electric field of the light at

a distance of 1 m from the diode is

(2) (a) and (c), respectively

(3) (b) and (d), respectively

Answer (2)

Answer (3)

Sol. I

Stable equilibrium M||B

U av

B

I

...(2)

P

1

0 E02 c

4 r 2 2

2P

2.45 V/m

4 r 2 0 c

angle A. If the refractive index of the material of the

prism is , a ray, incident at an angle , on the face

AB would get transmitted through the face AC of the

prism provided.

k) are connected in series to a battery of 15 V EMF

in a circuit shown below. The key K1 has been kept

closed for a long time. Then at t = 0, K1 is opened

and key K 2 is closed simultaneously. At

t = 1 ms, the current in the circuit will be ( e 5 150)

0.03 H

1

1 1

(2) sin sin A sin

0.15 k

1

1 1

(3) cos sin A sin

1

1 1

(4) cos sin A sin

K1

15 V

(1) 100 mA

(2) 67 mA

(3) 6.7 mA

(4) 0.67 mA

Answer (1)

Answer (4)

1

1 1

(1) sin sin A sin

K2

Sol. I I 0 e ,

...(1)

1

0 E02

2

E0

Unstable equilibrium M|| B

P

U av c

4 r 2

L

R

Sol.

r

1

r2

1103

15 1/5103

e

0.67 mA

150

sin = sin r1

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and a comfortable viewing distance of 25 cm, the

minimum separation between two objects that

human eye can resolve at 500 nm wavelength is

sin

sin r1 =

1 sin

r1 = sin

sin

r2 = A sin 1

(2) 30 m

(3) 100 m

(4) 300 m

Answer (2)

Sol. RP

1 1

r2 < sin

1.22 (500 10 9 m)

1.22

2 sin

1

2 1

100

0.25 cm

sin

1 1

A sin 1

sin

(1) 1 m

25 cm

= 3.05 105 m

1

sin

A sin 1 sin 1

= 30 m

27. As an electron makes a transition from an excited

state to the ground state of a hydrogen-like atom/ion

sin

1 1

sin A sin

and total energy decrease

1 1

sin A sin sin

decrease

(3) Kinetic energy decreases, potential energy

increases but total energy remains same

1

1 1

sin sin A sin

potential energy increases

smallest near the ground and increases with height

form the ground. When a light beam is directed

horizontally, the Huygen's principle leads us to

conclude that as it travels, the light beam

Answer (1)

Sol. PE 27.2

TE

(3) Bends downwards

(4) Bends upwards

Answer (4)

Sol. Consider a plane wavefront travelling horizontally.

As it moves, its different parts move with different

speeds. So, its shape will change as shown

13.6 z 2

eV

n2

KE

13.6 z 2

eV

n2

KE

13.6

eV , As n decreases, KE

n2

z2

eV

n2

PE

27.2

eV , as n decreases, PE

n2

TE

13.6

eV , as n decreases, TE

n2

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(its conclusion) and select the correct option from

the choices given below the list:

List -I

(A) Franck-Hertz

experiment

(B) Photo-electric

experiment

(C) Davison-Germer

experiment

List-II

Particle nature

of light

(ii) Discrete energy

levels of atom

(iii) Wave nature of

electron

(iv) Structure of

atom

(i)

(B) - (iv)

(C) - (iii)

(B) - (iv)

(C) - (iii)

(B) - (i)

(C) - (iii)

(B) - (iii)

(C) - (ii)

C

If a student plots graphs of the square of maximum

2

charge QMax

on the capacitor with time (t) for two

of the following represents this graph correctly?

(Plots are schematic and not drawn to scale)

2

QMax

L1

(1)

L2

Answer (3)

Sol. Franck-Hertz exp. Discrete energy level.

2

QMax

L2

(2)

L1

on a carrier wave of frequency 2 MHz. The

frequencies of the resultant signal is/are

QMax

L1

(3)

L2

(4) 2000 kHz and 1995 kHz

2

QMax

Answer (3)

(4)

fe + fm, fe and fe fm

(2000 + 5) kHz, 2000 kHz, (2000 5) kHz,

Answer (1)

pendulum. In an LCR circuit the capacitor is

shown below :

A A0 e

t

2L

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PARTB : CHEMISTRY

31. The molecular formula of a commercial resin used

for exchanging ions in water softening is

C8H 7SO 3Na (mol. wt. 206). What would be the

maximum uptake of Ca2+ ions by the resin when

expressed in mole per gram resin?

(1)

1

103

(2)

2

(3)

309

4 =2

the inverse cube of distance between the molecules

is

1

206

1

(4)

412

Answer (4)

Sol. H-bond is one of the dipole-dipole interaction and

dependent on inverse cube of distance between the

molecules.

Answer (4)

Sol. Ca+2 + 2C8H7SO3Na+ Ca(C8H7SO3)2 + 2Na+

1 mol

13.6

=

3.4

2 mol

1

1

mol/g

The maximum uptake =

206 2 412

2NO(g) + O2(g)

2

86.6 kJ/mol at 298 K. What is the standard free

energy of formation of NO2(g) at 298 K?

lattice with a unit cell edge of 4.29 . The radius of

sodium atom is approximately

(1) 1.86

(2) 3.22

(3) 5.72

(4) 0.93

Answer (1)

(3) 86600

In BCC,

edge length =

4.29

4

3

4

3

Answer (4)

2NO (g)

Sol. 2NO(g) + O2(g)

2

4.29

3 1.86

4

reaction

excited state of hydrogen?

formation

product

reactant

formation

RT ln K P 2 G

(1) +13.6 eV

(2) 6.8 eV

(3) 3.4 eV

(4) +6.8 eV

Answer (3)

Sol. Energy of excited state is negative and correspond to

n > 1.

n=

R 298

12

(4) 0.5 2 86, 600 R 298 ln1.6 10

ln 1.6 10 12

13.6

NO 2

NO 2

2 G

NO

NO 2

2 G

NO

RT ln K P

2 86600 R 298 ln K P

2

2

E excited state

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When 1.2 g of a non-volatile substance was

dissolved in 100 g of acetone at 20C, its vapour

pressure was 183 torr. The molar mass (g mol1) of

the substance is

Now Q C

(2) 64

solution of CuSO4. The mass of copper deposited at

the cathode is (at. mass of Cu = 63.5 amu)

(3) 128

(4) 488

Answer (2)

(1) 0 g

(2) 63.5 g

(3) 2 g

(4) 127 g

Answer (2)

PA PS n B

as we know

PS

nA

Sol. Cu+2 + 2e Cu

So, 2 F charge deposite 1 mol of Cu. Mass deposited

= 63.5 g.

185 183 WB M A

183

M B WA

2

1.2 58

183 M B 100

MB

A 2

1

2

2

2 4

1

2

direction.

(1) 32

C B

the reacting species

(2) Increase in entropy and activation energy as

more molecules are involved

1.2 58

183

2 100

elastic collisions

63.68 g/mole

Answer (1)

reaction 2A

B + C is 2494.2 J. At a given time,

because there is low probability of simultaneous

collision of all the reacting species.

is

1

1

, B 2 and C . The reaction proceeds

2

2

in the : [R = 8.314 J/K/mol, e = 2.718]

acetic acid solution (0.06N) in a flask. After an hour

it was filtered and the strength of the filtrate was

found to be 0.042 N. The amount of acetic acid

adsorbed (per gram of charcoal) is

(2) Reverse direction because Q > KC

(1) 18 mg

(2) 36 mg

(3) 42 mg

Answer (2)

(4) 54 mg

Sol. 2A

B + C, G = 2494.2 J

Answer (1)

Sol. Number of moles of acetic acid adsorbed

50

50

0.06

0.042

1000

1000

0.434 = log KC

0.9

moles

1000

Weight of acetic acid adsorbed

KC = 0.367

Now A

= 0.9 60 mg

= 54 mg

1

1

, B 2 and C

2

2

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charcoal =

54

mg

3

Answer (2)

Sol. BeSO4 has hydration energy greater than its lattice

energy.

= 18 mg

(1) Cl2

respectively

(2) Br2

(3) I2

(4) ICl

Answer (4)

compounds are more reactive.

Answer (3)

Catalyst

N3 > O2 > F

As per inequality only option (3) is correct

a.

TiCl3

b.

PdCl2

(ii) Ziegler-Natta

polymerization

c.

CuCl2

42. In the context of the Hall-Heroult process for the

extraction of Al, which of the following statement is

false?

d. V2O5

(2) a(ii), b(i), c(iv), d(iii)

melting point of the mixture and brings

conductivity

(3)

Al 3+

Process

(4) a(iii), b(i), c(ii), d(iv)

Answer (2)

Sol. TiCl3

Ziegler-Natta polymerisation

Answer (4)

V2O5

Contact process

PdCl2

Wacker process

choose the incorrect statement

CuCl2 -

Deacon's process

(1) He

(2) Ne

bottles in dark.

(3) Kr

(4) Xe

Answer (4)

Answer (1)

Sol. H2O2 can be reduced or oxidised. Hence, it can act

as reducing as well as oxidising agent.

attraction increases hence Xe have highest boiling

point.

sulphates has its hydration enthalpy greater than

its lattice enthalpy?

square planar [Pt(Cl)(py)(NH 3 )(NH 2 OH)] + is

(py = pyridine)

(1) CaSO4

(1) 2

(2) BeSO4

(2) 3

(3) BaSO4

(3) 4

(4) SrSO4

(4) 6

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geometrical isomerism?

Answer (2)

a

Sol.

Pt

Pt

Pt

(2) 3 - Phenyl - 1 - butene

d = NH2OH are assumed.

Answer (1)

(1) M L charge transfer transition

must be bonded to two different groups which is

only satisfied by 1 - Phenyl - 2 - butene.

(2) d - d transition

(3) L M charge transfer transition

(4) - * transition

Ph CH2

Answer (3)

components in the atmosphere but these

do not react to form oxides of nitrogen.

CH3

(2)

CH3

CH3

(3)

(4)

H3C

CH3

Answer (2)

Sol. 5-keto-2-methylhexanal is

Answer (1)

Sol. N2 + O2 2NO

O

H

3000C which is a quite high temperature. This

reaction is observed during thunderstorm.

O3

Zn

of an organic compound gave 141 mg of AgBr. The

percentage of bromine in the compound is (At. mass

Ag = 108; Br = 80)

O

H

accomplished by

(1) Free radical fluorination

Answer (1)

Sol. Percentage of Br

(4) Swarts reaction

Weight of AgBr

Mol. mass of Br

= Mol. mass of AgBr Weight of O.C. 0

Answer (4)

Sol. Swart's reaction

CH3

correct

(4) 60

CH3

CH3

reason is not the correct explanation for the

assertion

(3) 48

Ph CH2

(1)

reason is the correct explanation for the

assertion

(2) 36

C=C

CH3

oxygen requires high temperature.

(1) 24

CH3

cis

trans

53. Which compound would give 5-keto-2-methyl

hexanal upon ozonolysis?

is responsible for color of KMnO4.

Reason :

H

C=C

141 80

100 = 24%

188 250

CH 3 Cl AgF

CH 3 F AgCl

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KMnO

SOCl

H /Pd

4

2

2

Toluene

A

B

C,

BaSO

and lacquers?

the product C is

(1) Bakelite

(1) C6H5COOH

(2) Glyptal

(2) C6H5CH3

(3) Polypropene

(3) C6H5CH2OH

(4) C6H5CHO

Answer (2)

Answer (4)

CH3

COOH

KMnO4

Sol.

COCl

SOCl2

CHO

lacquires.

H2/Pd

BaSO4

(A)

(B)

(C)

(1) Vitamin C

NH2

(2) Vitamin D

NaNO2/HCl

0-5C

CuCN/KCN

(3) Vitamin E

E + N2 ,

(4) Vitamin K

CH3

Answer (1)

the product E is

COOH

antacid?

(1)

CH3

(2) Cimetidine

(2) H3C

CH3

(3) Phenelzine

(4) Ranitidine

CN

Answer (3)

(3)

CH3

yellow?

CH3

(1) Zn2[Fe(CN)6]

(4)

(2) K3[Co(NO2)6]

(3) (NH4)3[As (Mo3O10)4]

Answer (3)

+

NH2

Sol.

CH3

N2Cl

CN

NaNO2/HCl

CuCN/KCN

0C - 5C

CH3

(D)

(4) BaCrO4

Answer (1)

+ N2

CH3

(E)

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PARTC : MATHEMATICS

61. Let A and B be two sets containing four and two

elements respectively. Then the number of subsets of

the set A B, each having at least three elements is

(1) 219

(2) 256

(3) 275

(4) 510

a10 2 a8

If an = n n, for n 1, then the value of

2 a9

is equal to

(1) 6

(2) 6

(3) 3

Answer (1)

Answer (3)

(4) 3

+=6

n(A B) = 8

= 2

10

10

8

8

a10 2 a8 ( )

The value of

2( 9 9 )

2 a9

= 256 37

= 219

|z| = 1. Suppose z1 and z2 are complex numbers

such that

z1 2 z2

is unimodular and z 2 is not

2 z1 z2

6

3

2

2

then the ordered pair (a, b) is equal to

(2) Straight line parallel to y-axis

(3) Circle of radius 2

(1) (2, 1)

(2) (2, 1)

(3) (2, 1)

(4) (2, 1)

Answer (4)

Answer (3)

2 1 2 a 9 0 0

1 2

2 1 2 2

1 2 0 9 0

Sol.

a 2

b 2 2 b 0 0 9

z1 2 z2

Sol. 2 z z 1

1 2

z1 2 z2 z1 2 z2

2 z1 z2 2 z1 z2

2(9 9 )

1 2 2

64. If A = 2 1 2 is a matrix satisfying the

a 2 b

9 ( ) 9 ( )

a 4 2b 0

2 a 2 2b 0

z1 z1 2 z1 z2 2 z2 z1 4 z2 z2

a1b 0

4 2 z1 z2 2 z1 z2 z1 z1 z2 z2

2 a 2 b 2

a 2 b 4

z1 z1 4 z2 z2 4 z1 z1 z2 z2

3 a 6

zz1 1 z2 z2 4 1 z2 z2 0

a 2

z1 z1 4 1 z2 z2 0

2 1 b 0

b=1

z1 z1 4

a=2

(2, 1)

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linear equations

5 digit numbers

2x1 2x2 + x3 = x1

2x1 3x2 + 2x3 = x2

x1 + 2x2 = x3

5 4 3 2 1 = 120

(2) Is a singleton

(3) Contains two elements

(4) Contains more than two elements

Answer (3)

Sol. x1 (2 ) 2 x2 x3 0

2 x1 x2 ( 3) 2 x3 0

x1 2 x2 x3 0

2

1

2

2 3

2 0

2

1

Sol.

1 50

(3 1)

2

(2)

1 50

(3 )

2

(3)

1 50

(3 1)

2

(4)

1 50

(2 1)

2

1 2 x

50

50

C0

50

C1 2 x

50 C 2 (2 x )2 .....

50

C0 2 0 50 C 2 2 2 50 C 4 2 4 50 C 50 2 50

We know that

50

(1 + 2)50 =

3 2 2 2 2 3 3 0

C0 50 C1 2 ..... 50 C 50 2 50

Then,

2 ( 1) 2 ( 1) 3( 1) 0

350 1

2

68. If m is the A.M. of two distinct real numbers l and

n (l, n > 1) and G1, G2 and G3 are three geometric

( 1)( 2 2 3) 0

50

( 1)( 3)( 1) 0

1, 1, 3

C0 50 C 2 2 2 ..... 50 C 50 2 50

Two elements.

66. The number of integers greater than 6,000 that can

be formed, using the digits 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8, without

repetition, is

(1) 4 l2mn

(2) 4 lm2n

(3) 4 lmn2

(4) 4 l2m2n2

Answer (2)

(1) 216

(2) 192

Sol.

(3) 120

(4) 72

ln

m

2

l + n = 2m

(i)

n 4

G1 l

l

Answer (2)

Sol. 4 digit numbers

6,

7,

678

n 4

G2 l

l

n 4

G3 l

l

3 2 5 3 0

5,

is

(1)

3 2 5 3 0

3,

50

50 C 50 ( 2 x )50

2 6 8 3 4 4 4 1 0

Answer (1)

(2 )( 2 3 4) 2 ( 2 2) (4 3) 0

2

= 72

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2

l4

n

n

n

2 (l 2 ) l 4

l

l

l

k x 1

g( x )

mx 2

, 0x3

, 3x5

= 2n2l2 + nl((n + l)2 2nl)

(1) 2

= nl(n + l)2

= nl (2m)2

(3)

=4

nlm2

(1) 71

(2) 96

(3) 142

(4) 192

lim

h0

g(3 h ) g(3)

h

= lim

h0

n n 1

2

n

lim

h0

m(3 h ) 2 2 k

h

(3m 2 k ) mh 2

m

h

and 3m 2k + 2 = 0

L.H.D.

n 1 2

4

lim

k (3 h ) 1 2 k

h

h0

1

n2 2n 1

4

lim

h0

1 n n 1 2n 1 2 n n 1

4

6

2

h0

1 cos 2 x 3 cos x

x tan 4x

x 0

h( 4 h 2)

k

4

k

m and 3m 2k + 2 = 0

4

m

is equal to

2

8

and k

5

5

km

(1) 4

8 2 10

2

5 5 5

Alternative Answer

(2) 3

k x 1

g( x )

mx 2

(3) 2

(4)

4h4

From above,

= 96

lim

k[ 4 h 2]

h

lim k

1 9 10 19

9 10 9

4

6

70.

, 0x3

, 3x5

R.H.D.

Answer (2)

tn

(4) 4

k x 1

Sol. g( x )

mx 2

1

1 2

1 2 3

........ is

1

1 3

1 3 5

Sol.

10

3

16

5

Answer (1)

3

(2)

1

2

, 0x3

, 3x5

g is constant at x = 3

Answer (3)

k 4 3m 2

2 sin 2 x 3 cos x x 2

=2

Sol. lim

tan 4 x

x0

x

x2

4x

4x

2k = 3m + 2

k

m

Also

2 x 1 x3

18

(i)

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k

m

4

k=4m

(ii)

8m=3m+2

2

8

m ,k

5

5

2 8

m k 2

5 5

72. The normal to the curve, x2 + 2xy 3y2 = 0 at (1,1)

3a3 + 4a4 + 4 = 0

(i)

1

, a = 2

2 3

Solving, a4

2

3

i.e., f ( x ) 2 x 2 x

(ii)

1 4

x

2

i.e., f (2) 0

(3) Meets the curve again in the third quadrant

Answer (4)

dx

equals

( x 4 1)3/4

x4 1 4

(1) 4 c

x

dy

dy

y 6y

0

Differentiate wr.t. x, 2 x 2 x

dx

dx

(2) ( x 4 1) 4 c

1

x4 1 4

(4) 4 c

x

1

4

(3) ( x 1) c

4

dy

1

dx (1, 1)

Answer (4)

Sol. I

y 1 = 1 (x 1)

y=2x

dx

x 2 ( x 4 1)3/4

x2 + 2x(2 x) 3(2 x)2 = 0

4x2 + 16x 12 = 0

x2 4x + 3 = 0

x = 1, 3

4

t 5 dx dt

4

x

x

So, I

1 dt

1 3/4

t dt

3/4

4 t

4

(1) 8

(2) 4

(3) 0

(4) 4

x5 1 4

Let 1

normal cuts the curve again in fourth quadrant.

f (x)

3 , then

x 0

x2

f(2) is equal to

dx

3/4

1 t 1/4

c

4 1 / 4

= 1 4

x

1/4

4

Answer (3)

Sol. Let f(x) = a0 + a1x + a2x2 + a3x3 + a4x4

to

f (x)

Using lim 1 2 3

x 0

x

f (x)

lim 2 2

x 0 x

2 log x

log x 2

2

log(36 12 x x 2 )

(1) 2

(2) 4

(3) 1

(4) 6

Answer (3)

4

log x 2 dx

Sol. I

a a x a2 x 2 a3 x 3 a4 x 4

lim 0 1

2

x 0

x2

So, a0 = 0, a1 = 0, a2 = 2

i.e., f(x) = 2x2 + a3x3 + a4x4

2 log x

log(36 12 x x 2 )

log(6 x )2 dx

2 log x

19

log(6 x )2

dx is equal

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4

Answer (3)*

because initial condition is not given.

2 I 1 dx

2I = 2

I=1

76. The area (in sq. units) of the region described by

{(x, y) : y2 2x and y 4x 1} is

7

32

(1)

dy

+ y = 2x logx

dx

x log x

(2)

15

(3)

64

dy

y

2

dx x log x

5

64

I.F. e

9

(4)

32

Sol.

x log x dx

Answer (4)

y=1

If x = 1 then y = 0

y log x 2( x log x x ) c

y=1

x = 1, y = 0

Then, c = 2, y(e) = 2

78. The number of points, having both co-ordinates as

integers, that lie in the interior of the triangle with

vertices (0, 0), (0, 41) and (41, 0), is

1

2

y 4

y

1

2

y1=0

1 18 1 3

4

4

1

(3) 820

(4) 780

y 1,

1

(0, 41)

Sol.

A39

1

2

y

y1

4 dy 2 dy

1/2

1/2

A2

1 y2

1 y

y

4 2

1/2 2 3 1/2

1 4 8 1 4 1 8 1

2 24

4

8

1 15 9

4 8 48

15 6

9

32 32 32

B2

B1

A1

3 1

(41, 0)

(0, 0)

= 39 + 38 + 37 + ....... + 1

39 40

780

2

(2x 3y + 4) + k(x 2y + 3) = 0, k R, is a

x log x

(2) 861

Answer (4)

2y2

(1) 901

dy

y 2 x log x , ( x 1).

dx

(1) e

(2) 0

(3) 2

(4) 2e

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parabola, x2 = 8y. If the point P divides the line

segment OQ internally in the ratio 1 : 3, then the

locus of P is

Answer (3)

Sol. After solving equation (i) & (ii)

2x 3y + 4 = 0

...(i)

2x 4y + 6 = 0

...(ii)

x = 1 and y = 2

Slope of AB Slope of MN = 1

b3

2

b3

2

1

a2 a2

1

2

(2, 3)

(2) y 2 x

(3) y 2 2 x

(4) x 2 2 y

Answer (4)

a 2 b 3

M

,

2

2

N

(1, 2)

(1) x 2 y

Sol. x2 = 8y

Let Q be (4t, 2t2)

(y 3)(y 1) = (x 2)x

(a, b)

B (Image of A)

y2 4y + 3 = x2 + 2x

x2 + y2 2x 4y + 3 = 0

Circle of radius =

Let P be (h, k)

x2 + y2 4x 6y 12 = 0 and

x2 + y2 + 6x + 18y + 26 = 0, is

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

h = t, k

Q(4t, 2t )

t2

2

2k h 2

83. The distance of the point (1, 0, 2) from the point of

Answer (3)

Sol. x2 + y2 4x 6y 12 = 0

C1(center) = (2, 3), r =

2 2 32 12 5

C2(center) ( 3, 9), r 9 81 26

64 8

81. The area (in sq. units) of the quadrilateral formed by

the tangents at the end points of the latera recta to

Sol.

27

4

27

(3)

2

Answer (4)

(2) 8

(3) 3 21

(4) 13

x2 y1 z2

3

4

12

P 3 2, 4 1, 12 2

x2 y2

1 , is

9

5

Lies on plane x y + z = 16

Then,

(2) 18

(1)

(1) 2 14

Answer (4)

the ellipse

x2 y1 z2

and the

3

4

12

plane x y + z = 16, is

x2 + y2 + 6x + 18y + 26 = 0

3 2 4 1 12 2 16

(4) 27

2

11 5 16

y

x

1

9

5

i.e., a2 = 9, b2 = 5

Sol. Ellipse is

So, e

t2

P t,

2

P 5, 3, 14

Distance =

16 9 144 169 13

2x 5y + z = 3; x + y + 4z = 5, and parallel to the

plane, x + 3y + 6z = 1, is

2

3

2

As, required area 2a 2 9 27

e

(2/3)

21

(1) 2 x 6 y 12 z 13

(2) x 3y 6 z 7

(3) x 3y 6 z 7

(4) 2 x 6 y 12 z 13

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Answer (3)

Answer (1)*

(2x 5y + z 3) + (x + y + 4z 5) = 0

Required probability =

It is parallel to x + 3y + 6z = 1

C3

29

312

55 2

3 3

11

observations is 16. If one of the observation valued

16 is deleted and three new observations valued 3,

4 and 5 are added to the data, then the mean of the

resultant data, is

2 5 1 4

1

3

6

11

2

Solving =

12

(1) 16.8

Required plane is

(2) 16.0

(3) 15.8

11

(x + y + 4z 5) = 0

(2x 5y + z 3)

2

(4) 14.0

Answer (4)

x + 3y + 6z 7 = 0

Sol. Mean = 16

85. Let a , b and c be three non-zero vectors such that

no two of them are collinear and

Sum = 16 16 = 256

New sum = 256 16 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 252

1

( a b ) c |b ||c | a . If is the angle between

3

vectors b and c , then a value of sin is

(1)

2 2

3

(2)

2

3

(3)

2

3

(4)

2 3

3

252

= 14

18

Mean =

three collinear points A, B and C, on a line leading

to the foot of the tower, are 30, 45 and 60

respectively, then the ratio, AB : BC, is

(1)

3 : 1

(2)

3 :

Answer (1)

(3) 1 :

1

Sol. ( a c ) b (b c ) a |b ||c | a

3

1

(b c ) |b ||c |

3

1

cos

3

sin

(4) 2 : 3

Answer (1)

55 2

3 3

h 3

1

(3) 220

3

12

BO = h

2 2

3

11

Sol. AO = h cot30

CO

boxes, then the probability that one the boxes

contains exactly 3 balls is

(1)

2

(2) 55

3

10

1

(4) 22

3

11

h

3

AB AO BO

BC BO CO

h 3 h

h

h

3

22

30

60

45

B

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89. Let tan 1 y tan 1 x tan 1

1 x 2

where |x|

1

3

. Then a value of y is

3x x 3

(1)

1 3x 2

3x x 3

(2)

1 3x 2

3x x 3

(3)

1 3x 2

Answer (1)

3x x 3

(4)

1 3x 2

(1) s ~ r

(2) s (r ~ s)

(3) s (r ~ s)

(4) s r

Answer (4)

Sol. ( s ( r s ))

2x

Sol. tan y tan x tan

1 x 2

1

3x x 3

1 3x 2

= s (r s )

= (s r ) (s s )

3

1 3x x

3tan1 x = tan

2

1 3x

= s r

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