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PHYSICS
SECTION -1
[STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1

In the diagram shown, a wire carries current I. What is the value of the
(as in Ampere's law) on the helical loop shown in the figure? The integration
in done in the sense shown. The loop has N turns and part of helical loop on
which arrows are drawn is outside the plane of paper.
(A) 0(NI)
(B) 0(I)
(C*) 0(NI)
(D) Zero

Q.2

A projectile is thrown with velocity U = 20m/s 5% at an angle 60. If the projectile falls back on
the ground at the same level then which of following can not be a possible answer for range.
Consider g = 10m/s2.
(A*) 39.0 m
(B) 37.5 m
(C) 34.6 m
(D) 32.0 m

[Sol.

R=
20

g

= 20

< R < 20

=
+

R=

200

=2

## 31.1m < R < 38.1 m ]

Q.3

A sports car accelerates from zero to a certain speed in t seconds. How long does it take for it to
accelerate to twice that speed starting from rest, assuming the power of the engine to be constant
(independent of velocity) and neglecting any resistance to motion?
(A)
t sec.
(B) 2t sec.
(C) 3t sec.
(D*) 4t sec.
[Sol. v is doubled t is 4 times ]
Q.4

A man can swim in still water at a speed of 5 km/hr. He wants to cross a river 6 km wide, flowing at
the rate of 4 km/hr. If he heads in a direction making an angle of 127 with stream direction, then he
will reach a point on the other bank
(A) upstream at a distance of 1.5 km
(B*) downstream at a distance of 1.5 km
(C) directly on the other side of the bank
(D) downstream at a distance of 2 km

Q.5

## A conducting sphere of radius R and a concentric thick spherical

shell of inner radius 2R and outer radius 3R is shown in figure. A
charge +10Q is given to the shell and inner sphere is earthed. Then
charge on inner sphere is
(A*) 4Q
(B) 10Q
(C) zero
(D) none

Q.6

Figure shows P vs V curve for various processes performed on an ideal gas. All the processes are
polytropic (PVm = constant). For 1, m = 1; for 2, m = 0.5; for 3, m = 1; for 4, m = 1.25 and for 5, m
= .
(A) Molar heat capacity (C) for process 2, C < Cp
(B*) Molar heat capacity for process (1) is
(C) Molar heat capacity for process 5 is C > Cv
(D) Any polytropic process that lies between 3 & 4 will have positive heat capacity

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SECTION-2
[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.12 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is/are correct.

Q.7

There is a fixed positive charge Q at O and A and B are points equidistant from O. A positive charge
+ q is taken slowly by an external agent from A to B along the line AC and then along the line CB.
Q

## (A*) The total work done on the charge is zero

(B*) The work done by the electrostatic force from A to C is negative
(C*) The work done by the electrostatic force from C to B is positive
(D) The work done by electrostatic force in taking the charge from A to B is dependent on the actual
path followed.
Q.8

The following figure shows a block of mass m suspended from a fixed point by means of a vertical
spring. The block is oscillating simple harmonically and carries a charge q. There also exists a
uniform electric field in the region. Consider four different cases. The electric field is zero, in case-1,
downward in case-2, upward in case-3 and downward in case-4. The speed at mean position is same
in all cases. Select the correct alternative(s).

m,q

## (A*) Time periods of oscillation are equal in case-1 and case-3

(B*) Amplitudes of displacement are same in case-2 and case-3
(C*) The maximum elongation (increment in length from natural length) is maximum in case-4.
(D*) Time periods of oscillation are equal in case-2 and case-4
[Sol.

(B)

1 2
kx
2

1
mv 2
2

m
k

## (C) In case - 4 Eaquilibrium position x0 = 3mg .]

k

Q.9

A thin cylindrical metal rod is bent into a ring with a small gap as
shown in figure. On heating the system
(A) decreases, r and d increases
(B) increases
(C*) d & r increases
(D*) is constant,

[Sol.

d' = d(1+ T)
r' = r(1+ T)

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## = +ive (coefficient of linear expansion)

= +ive (coefficient of linear expansion)

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Q.10

In the diagram shown, a particle of charge +Q and mass M is projected making an angle with the
vertical line. Draw the possible path on which the charge will move. Above the dark line magnetic
field is B1 and below it is B2. (Consider all possible cases for values of B1 and B2)
B1
V

(A*)

B2

(B)

(C)

(D)
O

[Sol.

mv
qB1

In a given field radius should be same for every entry. So B & C are not possible. ]
Q.11

The springs are identical and initially relaxed. The block is pushed to left and released.
k

## (A*) The time period of oscillation T = 2

m
2k

m
k
(C*) If one of the springs is removed, time period increases
(D) If one of the springs is removed, time period decreases.
(B) T = 2

[Sol.

keq = k + k = 2k
T=2

m
2k

keq = k
T=2
Q.12

m
k

T increases.]

## The equivalent resistance between the terminal points

A and B in the network shown in figure is
(A*)

7R
5

(C)
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SECTION-3
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.13 to Q.18 are based upon a paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 13 to 15
Experiments with a charged capacitor
A capacitor and a Pendulum
We begin with an uncharged, isolated, parallel plate capacitor having its plates maintained at a fixed
distance apart and with an isolated independent voltage source. By connecting the two plates of the
uncharged capacitor momentarily to the independent voltage source and then disconnecting the
source, we are left with a charged and isolated capacitor. A small ball of cork , covered with a
conducting foil, is suspended by an insulating thread between the two plates of the capacitor as a
simple pendulum.
If the ball is initially at rest and is closer to the positive plate, it will be slightly attracted to that plate
because of induction. On contact with the positive plate, some of the plate's positive charge is
transferred to the ball by charge sharing. The positively charged ball then is repelled by the positive
plate and attracted to the negative plate. Upon reaching the negative plate, the kinetic energy of the
ball is completely converted into thermodynamic internal energy of the negative plate. The positive
charge on the ball neutralizes some of the negative charge on the negative plate. The ball also then
becomes negatively charged by charge sharing and subsequently is repelled by the negative plate and
attracted back to the positive plate.
Insulating

conducting
ball

+|Q|

|Q|

The process continues with the electric pendulum swinging back and forth between the two plates
until essentially all of the charge on the capacitor is neutralized and the capacitor is discharged. We
imagine positive charge transferred one way, negative charge the other way until the two plates are
discharged. We observe that the force between the plates decreases with each swing of the
pendulum, confirming our account of the neutralization or discharge of the two plates. Once
discharged, the field between them is zero, they do not exert electric force on each other.
Q.13

## During the swinging of the charged ball

(A*) the current is from left to right
(B) the current is from right to left
(C) the current is from left to right during when ball moves to the left and the current is from right to
left when ball moves to the right
(D) the current is from right to left during when ball moves to the left and the current is from left to
right when ball moves to the right.

Q.14

Consider the moment when the ball leaves the positive plate taking away a charge of 0.01C, leaving
a charge of 8.85C on the positive plate. The tension in the string, when the ball reaches the lowest
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position for the first time is nearly. (Assume the distance between the plates is 1cm and length of the
thread is 1m, area of the plates is 1m2 and mass of ball is 1mg).
(A) 6 105 N
(B) 3 105 N
(C*) 11 105 N
(D) 105 N
Q.15

If the initial charge on the capacitor plates is 10C, and the capacitance of the capacitor is 10F, the
total change in thermodynamics internal energy of the left plate is :
(A) 5J
(B*) 2.5J
(C) 10J
(D) 7.5J
Paragraph for question nos. 16 to 18

The accelerations of the three masses A, B and C are a1, a2 and a3 as shown in figure. Friction
coefficient between all surfaces is 0.5. Pulleys are smooth. (Given mA = 1kg, mB = 1kg, mC = 2kg.)
Then, give the answer of following questions.

A
B

Q. 16 The value of a1 is :
(A)

(B*)

(C)

(D) 0

(C)

(D) 0

(C)

(D*) 0

Q. 17 The value of a2 is :
(A*)

(B)

Q. 18 The value of a3 is :
(A)

(B)

[Sol.

## Suppose only block (A) and (B) move

2T
= ma
2mg T = 2m . 2a
---------------------3.5mg = 9 ma
a1 = a = g & a2 = 2a = g
T = 2mg 2m .

= mg <

]
SECTION-4
[MATCH THE COLUMN

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Q.19

In the circuit, both capacitors are identical. Column I indicates action done on capacitor 1 and
Column II indicates effect on capacitor 2. Select correct alternative.

(A)
(B)
(C)

Column I
Plates are moved further apart.
Area increased
Left plate is earthed

(P)
(Q)
(R)

(D)

## It's Plates are short circuited

(S)

Column II
Amount of charge on left plate increases
Potential difference increases
Amount of charge on right plate
decreases
None of the above effects

## [Ans. (A) R, (B) P, Q (C) S, (D) P, Q ]

Q.20

In the following four situations, mass M of 1kg is kept in equilibrium. k = 100 N/m in all cases.
What speed can be given to mass M vertically so that inextensible string S does not become slack in
subsequent motion. Consider that pulley is ideal and string is massless :
Column-I
Column-II

(A)

## (the block is attached to spring

by an inextensible thread)

(B)

(C)

(P) 1 ms1

(D)

## (R) 0.25 ms1

(S) 2 ms1
[Ans. (A)-P,Q,R ; (B)-R ; (C)-P,Q,R ; (D)-P,Q,R,S]

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MATHEMATICS
SECTION -1
[STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1

Number of 4 digit numbers of the form N = abcd which satisfy following three conditions
(i)
4000 N < 6000
(ii)
N is a multiple of 5
(iii) 3 b < c 6
is equal to
(A) 12
(B) 18
(C*) 24
(D) 48

[Sol.

We have N = abcd
First place a can be filled in 2 ways i.e. 4, 5
(4000 N < 6000)
For b and c, total possibilities are '6' (3 b < c 6)
i.e. 34, 35, 36, 45, 46, 56
Last place d can be filled in 2 ways i.e. 0, 5 (N is a multiple of 5)
Hence total numbers = 2 6 2 = 24 Ans.]
x

Q.2

Let f : (0, )

t f ( t )dt

0

12

## If F (x2) = x4 + x5, then

f (r ) is equal to
2

r 1

(A) 216

(B*) 219

(C) 222

(D) 225

x2

We have F(x2) =

[Sol.

t f ( t ) dt

x4

x5

....(1)

## On differentiating both the sides w.r.t. x, we get

2x (x2) f (x2) = 4x3 + 5x4
f (x2) = 2 + x ....(2)
12
r 1

f (r 2 ) =
12

Hence

12

2
r 1

5
r
2

= 24 +

5 (12)(13)
= 24 + (15)(13) = 24 + 195 = 219
2
2

f (r 2 ) = 219 Ans.]

r 1

sin

33
7

## The domain of definition of f(x) = log ( x 2

x 1)

cot

Q.4

(B) R {0}
x 0 or 1]

tan

13
8

[Sol.

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tan

## where a and b are in their lowest form, then (a + b) equals

(A) 17
(B*) 20
(C) 23
On solving, we get =
13 + 7 = 20 Ans.]

cos

46
7

If sin

(A) R
[Hint: x2 x + 1

cos

Q.3

19
8

cot

2x 2 7 x 9

a
b

(D) 28

is

(C*) R {0, 1}

(D) R {1}

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Q.5

The number of points at which the function f (x) = (x | x |)2 (1 x + | x |)2 is not differentiable
in the interval ( 3, 4) is
(A*) Zero
(B) One
(C) Two
(D) Three

[Sol.

We have f (x) =
Clearly f(x) is continuous as well as derivable

Q.6

[Sol.

R.]

## Let f (x) is a continuous function which takes positive values for x

with f (1) = . Then the value of

equals

(A) 1

(C*)

(B)

0 and satisfy

dt = x

(D)

We have
=x
....(1)
Differentiating both the sides of equation (1) w.r.t. x, we get
f (x) =

y2 = x 2y

; Let

+y

f (x) = y2
y2 = x

+y

dy =

; ln

=
1 = cx

= 1 cx

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y2 y = x
= ln cx

= cx

y=

....(1)

If x = 1, f (1) =
1c=
=

f ' (x) = 2y

(given)
;

c=1
f (x) =

)=

Ans. ]

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SECTION -2
[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.12 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is/are correct.
Q. 7

Let l1 =

and l2 =

. Then

## (A*) both l1 and l2 are less than

(B*) one of the two limits is rational and other irrational.
(C*) l2 > l1
(D*) l2 is greater than 3 times of l1.
[Sol.

l1 =

=1

l2 =

Note:
Q. 8

[Sol.

Q.9

[Sol.

= Ans.

>

## Let f : R R defined by f (x) = cos1 ( { x })

where {x} is fractional part function. Then which of the following is/are correct?
(A*) f is many one but not even function. (B*) Range of f contains two prime numbers.
(C) f is aperiodic.
(D*) Graph of f does not lie below xaxis.
1
We have f(x) = cos ({x})
Df = R
As 0 {x} < 1 R
1 < {x}
So
Rf =
Clearly, f is neither even nor odd.
But
f (x + 1) = f (x)
f is periodic with period 1.
The first term of an infinite geometric series is 21. The second term and the sum of the series are
both positive integers. The possible value(s) of the second term can be
(A*) 12
(B*) 14
(C*) 18
(D*) 20
Let the series be 21, 21r, 21r2, ........
Sum =
is a positive integer
also 21r is a positive integer
S=
as 21r N hence 21 21r must be an integer
also 21r < 21
hence 21 21r may be equal to 1, 3, 7 or 9 (think!)
i.e. must be a divisor of (21)(21)
hence 21 21r = 1 or 3 or 7 or 9
21r = 20, 18, 14 or 12 Ans.]

Q. 10 Let xi (i = 1, 2 ..... n) be the roots of the equation xn + 3xn1 + 5xn2 + ..... + 2n+1 = 0 and
f (x) = ax2 + bx + c = 0 (a, b, c R & a 0) possess + i as a root (
R and
0),
then
is
(A) always negative if n is odd
(B*) always positive if n is even
(C*) may be positive or negative if n is odd
(D) may be negative or positive if n is even

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[Sol.

Given roots of f (x) are imaginary and hence possible graph of f (x) can be

## f(x) has no real roots

D<0
f(xi) > 0 or f(xi) < 0 xi
If n is even then number of terms are even and hence
for both the graphs.
If n is odd then for the (i) graph
and for the (ii) graph
(C)]
Q. 11 Let f : A
B and g : B
C be two functions and gof : A
C is defined. Then which of the
following statement(s) is true?
(A) If gof is onto then f must be onto.
(B) If f is into and g is onto then gof must be onto function.
(C*) If gof is one-one then g is not necessarily one-one.
(D) If f is injective and g is surjective then gof must be bijective mapping.
[Sol. (A)
We have
f : A B,
g:B C
and gof : A C
g

(A)

(B)

(C)

## clearly gof is one-one but g is many one function

A

g
B

(D)
As (gof)1 = (f 1og1) ]
Q. 12 Let f (x) = x +

[Sol.

## f (t)dt. Then which of the following alternative(s) is/are correct?

(A)
=2
(C*) f is continuous and derivable on R.
We have f(x) = x + x
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(B*) f '
=1
(D) maximum value of f(x) does not exist.
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and B =

Now

A=

A = 2B

|||ly

B=

B=

=
=

A=

B = 2(A + 1)

....(2)

(A+1) ....(3)

,B=

f'

x2

## from equation (1), we get, f(x) =

=

f '(x) =

= 1. ]

SECTION-3
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.13 to Q.18 are based upon a paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 13 to 15
Consider f, g and h be three real valued function defined on R.
Let f (x) = sin 3x + cos x, g (x) = cos 3x + sin x and h (x) = f2(x) + g2(x)
Q.13

(A)
(B*)
(C)
(D)

Q.14

## General solution of the equation h (x) = 4, is

(A*) (4n + 1)
(B) (8n + 1)
(C) (2n + 1)

Q.15

(D) (7n + 1)

where n

Number of point(s) where the graphs of the two function, y = f (x) and y = g (x) intersects in [0, ],
is
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C*) 4
(D) 5

[Sol.

(i)
X

O
8
Y

Graph of y = sin 4x

## We have h(x) = 2 + 2sin 4x

Clearly h(x) is periodic function with period
in which the function y = h(x) is increasing =
(ii)

(iii)

## and from above graph, the length of a longest interval

We have h (x) = 4
2 + 2 sin 4x = 4
sin 4x = 1]
4x = 2n +
= (4n + 1)
x = (4n + 1) , n

## We have f(x) = g(x), so sin 3x + cos x = cos 3x + sin x

(sin 3x sin x) = (cos 3x cos x)
2cos 2x sin x = 2sin 2x sin x
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## 2sin x [cos 2x + sin 2x] = 0

Either sin x = 0 or tan 2x = 1
x = 0, , or 2x =
x=

## Hence number of solutions = four (And solutions are x = 0,

Alternative
We have sin 3x + cos x = cos 3x + sinx
(sin 3x cos 3x)2 = (sin x cos x)2
sin 6x sin 2x = 0
2 cos 4x sin 2x = 0
Either cos 4x = 0 or sin 2x = 0
x = (2n + 1)
x = 0,

but

3 5 7
, ,
Also x =
8 8
8 8
,

Only x =

or x =
.

and

will satisfy]

## Paragraph for question nos. 16 to 18

Consider a rational function f (x) =
and a quadratic function
g (x) = (1 + m)x2 2(1 + 3m)x 2(1 + m) where m is a parameter.
Q. 16 Which one of the following statement does not hold good for the rational function f (x)?
(A) It is a continuous function.
(B) It has only one asymptote.
(C) It has exactly one maxima and one minima.
(D*) f (x) is monotonic in (0, )
Q.17

## If cot cot 1 f (x)

(A*) 0

Q.18

If the range of the function f (x) lies between the roots of g (x) = 0 then the number of integral values
of m equals
(A) 7
(B) 8
(C*) 9
(D) 10

[Sol.

f (x) =

k , has exactly two distinct real solutions then the integral value of 'k' can be
(B) 1
(C) 1
(D) 5

= 1
= 8

f ' (x) = 8

x = 2 or 2

f ' (x) = 0

8x
x 2x 4
x 2 y 2( y 4) x 4 y 0
x R
D 0
2
2
4( y 4) 16 y 0
( y 4) 2 (2 y) 2 0
(3y 4)( y 4) 0
Let y

f (2) =

f (2) =

=5

## Hence range of f (x) is

the graph of y = f (x) is as shown

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(i)

obviously f is continuous and has y = 1 as its asymptote with one maxima and one minima
and f is non monotonic in (0, )
D is incorrect.

Ans. (D)
cot (cot1f(x)) = k
f (x) = k
y = k and y = f (x)
hence only y = 0 cuts the graph at two distinct points
Ans. (A)
ii)

(iii)

now

g(x) = 0

1/3

x2
or

=0

g(x) = x2

x2=0

as range of f (x) is
so one root of g (x) is less than

now

<0

= +

and

## and other is greater than 5

g (5) < 0
<0

= 1+

<0

<0

=
=
g (5) < 0
25
<0 ;

<0
<0
<0

23

<0;

<0

>0

{2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10} ]

Ans. C

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SECTION-4
[MATCH THE COLUMN]
"Match the Column" type. Column-I contains Four entries and column-II contains Five entries. Entry of
column - I are to be matched with one or more than one entries of column - II or vice versa.
Q.19

Column - I
(A) f(x) = sin22x 2sin2x

Column-II
(P) Range contains no natural number

(B) f(x) =

sin 1 (sin x)

(C) f(x) =

x2 1
x2
3

## (S) Both many one and even function

(T) Periodic but not odd function

## [Sol. We have f(x) = sin22x 2sin2x, x R

= 4sin2x cos2x 2sin2x = 4sin2x (1 sin2x) 2sin2x = 2sin2x 4sin4x
=4

=4

f(x) = 4
Clearly range of 'f' =
Also f( x) = f(x)
So f is even function
Also f is periodic with period .
[Ans. (A) P,Q,S,T (B) Q,R (C) P,Q,S (D) P,S ]
Q. 20 Consider the quadratic trinomial f (x) = 2x2 10px + 7p 1, where p is a parameter. Find the
range of p in the following conditions given in column-I.
Column-I
Column-II
(A)
If both roots of f (x) = 0 are confined in ( 1, 1) then
(P)

[Sol.
(A)

(B)
(C)

## Exactly one root of f (x) = 0 lies in (1, 1)

Both roots of f (x) = 0 are greater than 1

(Q)
(R)

(D)

## One root of f (x) = 0 is greater than 1 and other root of

f (x) = 0 is less than 1

(S)

(T)

## f (x) = 2x2 10px + 7p 1 = 0

f (1) > 0 ; f (1) > 0
D 0 and 1 < < 1
f (1) = 2 + 10p + 7p 1 > 0 or

17p > 1

## f (1) = 2 10p + 7p 1 > 0

1 > 3p

or

p>
p<

....(i)
....(ii)

100p2 8(7p 1)
which is always true
1<
<1

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100p2 56p + 8 0
p R ....(iii)
2 < 5p < 2
<p<

25p2 14p + 2

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(B)

## f (1) f (1) < 0

(17p + 1) (1 3p) < 0

## (3p 1)(17p + 1) > 0

if f (1) = 0 then p =
now if p = , 2x2

x+ 1=0

3x(x 1) 2(x 1) = 0;

x = 1 or x =

if p =
2x2 + x +

6x2 10x + 4 = 0

3x2 5x + 2 = 0

## which lies in (1, 1) hence p =

then
1=0

34x2 + 10x 24 = 0

17x2 + 5x 12 = 0

## 17x2 + 17x 12x 12 = 0

17x(x + 1) 12(x + 1) = 0
x = 1; x =
which lies in (1, 1)
(C)

hence p
or p
D 0, p R
f (1) > 0,
i.e.
p<

(D)

>1
f (1) < 0
and f (1) < 0
p < and p >

>1

p>

(x + 1)(17x 12) = 0

no solution ]

## [Ans. (A) R; (B) S ; (C) Q ; (D) Q]

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CHEMISTY
SECTION-1
[STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1

## Pick out the correct statement among the following:

According to Aufbau principle, the maximum number of electrons in
Statement I :
Outermost shell is 2
Statement II :
Outermost shell is 8
Statement III :
Penultimate shell is 18
Statement IV :
Pre-penultimate shell is 32
(A) I, IV
(B) I, II & IV
(C*) II, III & IV

(D) I, II

Q.2

An alkene CnH2n is converted by a reduction procedure to CnH2n +2. The % change in the
molecular weight = 3.57. What is the value of n?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5

Q.3

PhMgBr + 2PhCHO
A
B is
(A) Ph2CHOH
(B*) Ph3COH

Q. 4

H 2O

B
(C) PhCH2OH

(D) PhO

Liquid A and B form an ideal solution and the former has stronger intermolecular forces. If XA and
A are the mole fractions of A in the solution and vapour in equilibrium, then
(A)

=1

(B)

>1

(C*)

<1

(D) XA + XA = 1

Q. 5

Which of the following has been arranged in the increasing order of freezing point?
(A) 0.025 M KNO3 < 0.1 M NH2CSNH2 < 0.05 M BaCl2 < 0.1 M NaCl
(B*) 0.1 M NaCl < 0.05 M BaCl2 < 0.1 M NH2CSNH2 < 0.025 M KNO3
(C) 0.1 M NH2CSNH2 < 0.1 M NaCl < 0.05 M BaCl2 < 0.025 M KNO3
(D) 0.025 M KNO3 < 0.05 M BaCl2 < 0.1 M NaCl < 0.1 M NH2CSNH4

Q. 6

## Octahedral complex of Cr(III) will be

(A) sp3d2 in case of weak field ligand
(C*) d2sp3 always

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## (B) d2sp3 in case of strong field ligand

(D) sp3d2 always

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SECTION-2
[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.12 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is/are correct.

Q.7

## Which of the following complex(s) are having correct name ?

(A*) K[Pt(NH3)Cl5] Potassium amminepentachloridoplatinate (IV)
(B*) [Ag(CN)2] Dicyanidoargentate (I) ion
(C*) K3[Cr(C2O4)3] Potassium trioxalatochromate (III)
(D) Na2[Ni(EDTA)]Sodium ethylenediaminetetraacetatonickel (II)

Q.8

## In which of the following set has same bond order.

(A*) N2 , O22+ , NO+ ,
(B*) O2, N22 , NO
(C*) NO, N2, O2+
(D) None of these

Q.9

conc.H3PO4

(A*)
OH

(B*)
OAc

(C)

Ph CH 2 CH CH 3
|
NEt 3

PhCH = CHMe
Me

(D*)

Br2
CCl 4

H
H

Br
Br
Me

## Q. 10 Which of the following is/are not the units of gas constant, R?

(A*) dynes K1 mol1
(B) ergs deg1 mol1
3 1
1
(C*) cm K mol
(D) kPa dm3 K1 mol1
Q. 11 To 10 mL of 1 M BaCl2 solution 5 mL of 0.5 M K2SO4 is added. BaSO4 is precipitated out. What
will happen?
(A) Freezing point will increase
(B*) Boiling point will increase
(C*) Freezing point will lower down.
(D) Boiling point will lower down
Q. 12 The following is a graph plotted between the vapour pressure of two volatile liquids against their
respective mole fractions.
Which of the following statement is/are correct?
(A*) When A = 1 and B = 0, then P =
(B*) When B = 1 and A = 0, then P =
(C) When A = 1 and B = 0, then P <
(D) When B = 1 and A = 0, then P >

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SECTION-3
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.13 to Q.18 are based upon a paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 13 to 15
Answer the following questions based on given reaction.
Products.

Cl 2
h
( monochlorination )

Q.13

Q.14

Q.15

(A) 4
(B) 6
(C*) 8

(D) 10

(A) 2
(B) 4

(D*) 6

(C) 5

## How many fractions are present on fractional distillation?

(A) 4
(B*) 5
(C) 6

(D) 8

Cl
Cl
Cl

[Sol.4

=8
Cl

Cl

Sol.5

=6
Cl
4

Cl
Et

Cl

Et

Cl

Sol.6

=5
Cl

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1

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## Paragraph for question nos. 16 to 18

The ideal gas equation, PV = nRT is not obeyed by real gases under certain conditions. The deviation
from ideal behavior was attributed to the fact that Pideal is related to Preal by the equation
Pideal = Preal +
In this is a measure of intermolecular interaction between gaseous molecules that gives rise to
non-ideal behavior.
Again the volume correction was introduced by taking in to account the volume occupied by gaseous
molecules and the effective volume is (V nb), where nb represents the volume occupied by n moles
of molecules of real gas.
Van der Waals equation of real gases is written as

(V nb) = nRT

Q. 16 The ven der Waals equation for real gases will reduce to which one of the following forms under
conditions of relatively high pressure?
(A) PV = RT Pb
(B*) PV = RT + Pb (C) PV = RT
(D) PV = RT
Q. 17 If the value of a van der Waals constant for a gas X is greater than that of another gas Y, then
(A) strength of van der Waals forces for X is less than that of Y.
(B) strength of ven der Waals forces for both X and Y is same.
(C*) Gas X can be liquefied easily in comparison to Y
(D) Gas Y can be liquefied easily then the gas X
Q. 18 The van der Waals equation for a gas that has non-zero value of force of attraction between
molecules but has the molecules to be point masses, will become
(A) PV = nRT + nbP

## (B) P(V nb)

(C) PV = nRT

(D*) PV = nRT

SECTION-4
[MATCH THE COLUMN]
"Match the Column" type. Column-I contains Four entries and column-II contains FOUR entries. Entry of
column - I are to be matched with one or more than one entries of column - II or vice versa.
Q.19
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Column I
B2H6
BF3
ICl3
SiF4

(P)
(Q)
(R)
(S)
(T)
[Ans. (A) P, R, S ; (B) P, Q, R ; (C) P, T ; (D) P, Q, R, S

Q. 20

Column II
Can act as Lewis acid.
Intramolecular Lewis acid-base interaction.
Nonpolar.
Nonplanar.
Can undergo dimerisation.
]

Column I
(Reactant and product)

Column II
(Reagents)

(A)

(P) KI + Acetone

(B)

(Q) Zn + CH3COOH

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(C)

(D)

(S)

ONa +

OH

## Ans. A-S, B-R, C-R, D-S]

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