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NARAYANA IIT ACADEMY

INDIA
SR IIT-IZ3-SPARK

JEE MAINS MODEL)

TIME : 3 HRS

DATE :10-1-2015

CTM-2

MARKS : 360

KEY
PHYSICS
01) 4

02) 1

03) 2

04) 1

05) 2

06) 2

07) 3

08) 1

09) 2

10) 4

11) 4

12) 3

13) 4

14) 4

15) 2

16) 3

17) 3

18) 1

19) 1

20) 2

21) 2

22) 2

23) 4

24) 2

25) 4

26) 3

27) 4

28) 2

29) 3

30) 4

CHEMISTRY
31) 3

32) 1

33) 2

34) 2

35) 2

36) 4

37) 1

38) 4

39) 3

40) 3

41) 3

42) 1

43) 3

44) 2

45) 3

46) 4

47) 1

48) 2

49) 4

50) 4

51) 2

52) 2

53) 2

54) 3

55) 3

56) 2

57) 1

58) 1

59) 2

60) 3

MATHS
61) 3

62) 4

63) 1

64) 2

65) 3

66) 4

67) 4

68) 1

69) 2

70) 4

71) 3

72) 1

73) 2

74) 1

75) 1

76) 3

77) 3

78) 1

79) 3

80) 2

81) 1

82) 1

83) 4

84) 2

85) 1

86) 3

87) 4

88) 3

89) 1

90) 4

PHYSICS
anet
01.

m2 g 2 q 2 E 2
m

T 2

T 2

l
anet
l
qE
g

Eq
Mg

02. It is a balanced wheatstone bridge.

C AB

5 3 5 3

53 53

C AB 2

15
8

C AB 3.75 F

03. Since capacitor is a dc blocking element, so no current flows through the branch
containing the capacitor. However, a voltage drop will exist across this branch
Rnet 4
I total

V
1.5 A
Rnet

Voltage drop across parallel combination of


V2 = 6 4.2 = 1.8 V
2
If I2 is the current in
resistor, then
1.8
I2
0.9 A
2
04. Since

Rl

and

is

R1
R1

R
(a )
2 a

R
2
R2

R
(2 a a )
2 a

Similarly
R
R2
(2 )
2
RAB

Since,
RAB

R1 R2
R1 R2

R (2 )
4 2

r
| Fm | BIl
05. Magnetic force

acts in the direction shown in figure

Since the rod moves downwards with constant velocity, hence the net force on it is zero.

mg
tan
Il

sin
06. According to following figure
2mk 1 2mV
r

qB
B
q

sin Bd

d
r

also

q
2mV

0.51 0.1

1.6 1019
1

27
3
2 1.67 10 500 10
2

30
07. Torque experienced by the coil is
BI ( r 2 )
This torque will be balanced by the torque produced by weight of coil (acting from the centre)
BI ( r 2 ) (mg ) r
I

mg
rB

10
20
08. At t = 0 i.e. when the key is just pressed, no current exists inside the inductor. So
and
resistors
(10 20) 30
are in series and a net resistance of
exists across the circuit.
2
1
I1
A
t
30 15
Hence
As
, the current in the inductor grows to attain a maximum value ie.e. the
10
entire current passes through the inductor and no current passes through
resistor.
2
1
I2
A
20 10
Hence
r r
d

E. dr (2 r ) E dt
09.
dB
2 rE a 2
dt
E
P

10.

1 a 2 dB
2 r dt

e2
d
d
; e ( BA) A ( B0 e t ) AB0 e t
R
dt
dt

A2 B02 e 2t
1
( AB0e t )2
R
R

t0
At the time of starting
, so
2
2
2 2 4
( r ) B0 B0 r
P

R
R

A2 B02
R

11. The voltage VL and VC are equal and opposite so voltmeter reading will be zero.

R 30, X L X C 25
Also
V

R2 ( X L X C )2

V 240

8A
R 30

So,
12. Capacitor is a dc blocking element and hence no current flows in (1).
An inductor offers a zero resistance path to flow of dc and hence maximum current flows through (2).
Vr .m.s T
K . E T
13.
and
New K .E 2 (6.211021 J ) 12.42 10 21 J
2(484) 684ms 1

New velocity
14. Let h be the distance of the apex from the middle of the base. Further by Pythagoras theorem
L12
2
L2 h 2 cons tan t
4

L12
( h ) L
4
2

2
2

1
0 2 L2 L2 (2 L1L1 )
4
L2 ( L2 2 T )

1
L1 ( L11T )
4

L1 1
L 1
and 2 2
L1 T
L2 T

L1

2 2
L2
1
v v1
f v vs
1

f
v v1
v vs

f1 f

15.
16. For 1st reading of oscillator
f A (514 2) Hz

f A 516 Hz
or 512 Hz
For 2 reading of oscillator
f A (510 6) Hz
nd

f A 516 Hz
f A 516 Hz

or 504 Hz
A has a frequency of 516 Hz.

VA

V
V

4l 0.60

VB

V
V

2l 0.61

17.

VA VB 5
Since
v
v

5
0.60 0.61
v 183ms 1
VA

183
305 Hz
0.6

VB 300 Hz
sin C

r 4 / 3 8

d 3 / 2 9

18.
8
C sin 1
9

For TIR
i>C
C

sin sin C
sin

19.

m m0 me m0 1

m0

m0
20.

8
9

D
1
f 0

30
5
1 5

f 0

DBM 45
DM h tan 45 h 32cm

sin i
sin r

sin r

sin i sin 45
3

4/3
4 2

tan r

sin r
sin r

cos r
1 sin 2 r

3
3
tan r 4 2
9
23
1
32
CM h tan r 32

3
20cm
23

CD DM CM 32 20 12cm
I max I (a a ) 2

21.
I 4a 2 4 I 0

When either of the two slits is covered then


I
I 1 ( a 0) 2 a 2
4
x [( 1)t ]
22. Shift,

D
d

x 5
Here
D
D
5
[( 1)t ]
d
d
5 ( 1)t
( 1)

t
5

(0.5)(6 106 )
5

6 10 7 m
6000

R1 N1 and R2 N 2 ( is same for a give sample)


23.
As N2 < N1
Number of atoms disintegrated in time (t2-t1) is
R R R R2
N1 N 2 1 2 1

N1 N 2

( R1 R2 )T
( R1 R2 )T
0.693

24. According to Ritz combination principle


EC A EC B EB A

hc hc hc

3 1 2

12
1 2

N1 N 0 e 10 t

25.
N 2 N 0 e t

N1 1
e( 10 ) t
N2 e

9 t 1
t

1
9

hv Ek
26.
hv

1 2
mv
2

2(hv )
m

2(hc )
m

EK hv hv0
27.

EK y, v x, hv0 cons tan t (k )


y hx k
(equation of a straight line)
h

2meV

28.

h
2 Mev

V
E
d

Id A

dE
A dV
0
dt
d dt

Id

8.86 10 12 3.14 (2 102 ) 2


5 1013
0.1103

29.

I d 5.56 103 A

30. Ge conduct at 0.3 V and silicon at 0.7 V both Ge and Si diodes are connected in parallel. When current
begins to flow, the potential difference remains at 0.3 V so no current flows through Si-diode
Potential difference across
RL = 12 0.3 = 11.7 V
Potential of Y = 11.7V
CHEMISTRY
5 2
31. n-factor
=10
2

3
0.95
0.95

32. n-factor
=0.85
M
E
0.85
sys nRln

33.

V2
V1

2 R l n 2
= 11.52 J/K
3.41 1000
S sura
310
= -11 J/K

Stotal 11.52 11
=0.52 J/K
I 2( s ) I 2( g )
34.

H 2 H1 C p (T2 T1 )
C p C p ( I 2( g ) ) C p ( I 2( s ) )

= - 6.2 cal / mole


H 2 U 1 2 523

5786 U 1 2 523
U 4740
x( s )

A( g ) B( g )
x
(2 x 2 y )

35.
Kp1 PA .PB2

y( s )

C( g ) 2 B( g )
y (2 y 2 x)

K P2 Pc .PB2
K P1 x
x 2y
KP2 y
K P1 x(2 x 2 y ) 2

x = 0.1
y = 0.05

36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

PA PB PC

Total pressure =
= 3 (x + y)
= 0.45 atm
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
A N
6.023 3.7 1010 3.7 104 N

N 6.023 106 atoms


1015 gm
Atoms of Sr
0.05
Atoms of Rb

41.

Atoms of ( Sr Rb)
1.05
Atoms of Rb

n
2.303
log 0

3.28 109 year


42.
43.
44.
45.

Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
[ Ni (CN )3 CH 2O)3 ]1
46. (i) For
2(2 2)
n=2
8 B.M
[Co( H 2O )3 F3 ]o

(ii)
n 4 4(4 2)

24BM
[ Fe(CN )3 ( H 2O)3 ]1

(iii)

0
n=0
[Cr (CN )3 ( H 2O)3 ]o
(iv)
n 3 3(3 2)

15BM
47. Conceptual
48. Conceptual
49. At, 710C
CO2 C 2CO

G 0
Cr 3 6 NH 3 [Cr ( NH 3 ) 6 ]2
(excess )
50.
51. Conceptual
52. Conceptual
53. If I2 reacts with excess Cl2 - water it is oxidized to HIO3.
54.
X
Y
A
propyne
methane
B
N2O
N2
C
NH3
NH3
D
N2O
NO

55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.

Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual
Conceptual

MATHEMATICS
| x 3 | 1 2 x 4| y 3 | 1 2 y 4
61.

A is set of all point lying with in the square fromed by


x = 2, y =2, x = 4, y = 4
( x 3) 2 ( y 32 ) 2
B {( x, y)
lying with in and on the circum
A B A B
Circle

(ab) S ab 0 ba 0 (ba) S
R aa a 0 (a, a ) S
62. For any a
,
for
( a, b) S ab 0
(b, c) S bc 0
For
and
a.c 0
a,b,c have same sign
S

(a c)
equivalence

f ( x ) [ x] 1 x 0 [ x] 1 x
63.
From the graph of y = [x] and y + x = 1
x [1, )[ x] 1 x
[1, )
Domain is

-2

-1

2
Y+x=1

64. If f is one-one f1(x) > 0 3x2+2(a+2)x+3a>0


x R, b 2 4ac 0 a [1, 4]

65.

x
tan(log(sec ))
n
f ( x) lim
n
1
n2
f ( x)

x
2

Required area =
1

x2
dx
2

x=0

e x 1 1
if 1 x 0

x 1
f ( x)
1
if x 0
ex 1
if 0 x 1
x

66.

e x 1 1
1
1
x 0 x 1
e

lim f ( x) lim

x0

ex 1
lim f ( x) lim
1
x 0
x 0
x

67.

x
x
1
2 a a

lim tan

xa

1
a
lim
x a
x
cot

2 a

x 2
1 . .
a 2 2/

lim
e
xa

x
tan 1
2
a

using L1 hospital

lim

x a

x
a

x
tan

2 2 a

x=1

e f ( x ) log ex f ( x ) log e log ex y (let )

68.
y

log ex e y x e e f 1 ( x) ee
x

g ( x) ee g 1 ( x) ee .e x e ( e

x)

69.

x
1 x if x 0

f ( x ) 0 if x 0
x if x 0
1 x
f 1(x )

(1 x) x
f 1 (0 ) 1
2
(1 x )

f 1 ( x )

(1 x) x
f 1 (0 ) 1
2
(1 x)

sin[ x ] 0

[x ]
70.

is always an integer
1 [ x]2 0
x R
also
f ( x) 0x R
f(x) is constant function
x R
Differentiable
f 11 ( x) 6 x 4 f 1 ( x) 3 x 2 4 x c

71.

x 1, f 1 ( x) 0 C 1, f 1 ( x) 3 x 2 4 x 1
At
f ( x) x3 2 x 2 x k , f (1) 5

5 k , f ( x) x 3 2 x 2 x 5 f (0) 5
f 11 ( x ) 0 f 1 ( x )
72.

is decreasing .(1)
h ( x) sin(2 x)[ f (sin 2 x) f 1 (cos 2 x)]
1


x 0, sin 2 x cos 2 x f 1 (sin 2 x) f 1 (cos 2 x)
4

73.

For
and also sin(2x) > 0 h1(x) > 0
Increasing
dy sin
y 8sin 3

3
x 8cos
dx cos

x
y

8, OA 8cos
cos sin

Eq. of tangent
8sin
OA OB 8 2
OB =
minimum value of

from .(1)

74.

1 b 4x2 b2
A
2
2

dx
3cm / sec.
dt

Area

dA 1
1
dx
b
8 x.

dt 4 2 4 x 2 b 2
dt

dA
b2
( when x b)
(3) 3b
dt
3b
f (1) f (1)
75.

and

1
f1 0
2

2 1 x 9 16 (4 x 2) 2 4 3 x 2 4 x 4 0
2

76.
x 2,

2
3

a .r
1
|a |

77.

| a | 3 a .r 3

since
r a b a ( r a ) a b 4i 2 j 5k
(a .a )r (a .r )a 4i 2 j 5k
9r 3(2i j 2k ) 4i 2 j 5k
9r 2i j 11k

Q ( x, y , z )
OQ r
78. Let
such that
PQ r (3i 2 j 6k ) sub : r
PQ (2 3s )i ( s 3) j (5s 4)k
PQ

parallel to x 4y + 3z =1
2 3s 4 s 12 15s 12 0 S

1
4

3a 2
AB.BC | AB || BC | cos( AB,BC ) a .cos(120) 2
2

79.

n
80. required vector is unit vector perpendicular to the vectors i-j+k and 2i+j-3k,
222
cos(90 )
3 5

81.

a b
| a b |

1
2
5


3 3 5
3

x2 6x
82.
x2 6 x
k

83.

17
k
2

1 k 1

and

17
k 0
2

for 2 district solutions b2-4ac>0

1
1
k ( ,1]
2
2

largest k value 1
x
1 1 1

e log x x x x 2 dx dx

1
e x log x e x c1 ]dx
x

e x log x c1 x c2
3

3
r
(log x) dx x Ar (log x) B
r 0

84.

log x t x et dx et dt

t .e dt t e
3

3 t

3t 2et 6tet 6e t

x (log x)3 3(log x) 2 6(log x) 6


3

1 3 6 6 2

r 0

x 2 ax b

85.

4(b) a 2
4

solution x = 0
4b 4b a 2 a 0

f ( x) x 2 b
roots

x dx
3

x 3dx 0

dx
dx
I
1 f ( x)
1 f (a x)
0
0

I
86.

1 f (a x ) 1 f ( x)
2 f ( x ) f (a x)

dx
[1

f
(
x
][1

f
(
a

x
)]
1

f
(
x
)

f
(
a

x
)

f
(
x
)
f
(
a

x
)
0
0

2I

2 I 1 dx I
0

a
2
(0,

87. 3x2 + 5y = 32 down word parabola with vertex at


solving, coordinates of A and B are
(-2, 4), (3, 1) required area
3
32 3 x 2
1
1
2 5 dx 2 4 4 2 11 y=x+2
(-2,4)

32
); y | x 2 |
5

y =x-2

B(3,1)

4
-2

y 0 x 0,1, 1
88.

symmetric about x and y axes.


1

4 x 1 x 2 dx
0

Required area

put

x sin

-1

89.

t 2 f ( x ) x 2 f (t )
2tf ( x ) x 2 f 1 (t )
lim
1 lim
1
tx
tx
tx
1

2 xf ( x) x 2 f 1 ( x) 1 x 2 f 1 ( x ) 2 xf ( x ) 1
dy 2
1
y 2 L.D.E
dx x
x
x2 y 2 a2 2x 2 y
90.

dy
dy
0 x y
dx
dx

xy c y (1) 1 c 1
xy 1
y (2)

1
2

x y

for orthogonal trajectory

dx
x dy ydx 0
dy