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PAPER - II
KEY SHEET

PHYSICS
1
ACD

ABCD

BD

BD

AB

AC

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

CHEMISTRY
21
BC
22
27
BC
28
33
B
34
39
A
40
MATHS
41
47
BC
53
D
59
A

42
48
54
60

CD
B
C

BC
ABC
C
C

23
29
35

BC
D
A

43
49
55

AB
B
A

24 ABCD 25
30
B
31
36
B
37

44
50
56

A,B,C
C
B

AB
A
B

45
51
57

AC
D
D

26
32
38

ABC
A
A

46
52
58

ABC
D
B

SOLUTIONS
PHYSICS
Section-1
1

( A, C , D )
2m(v ) m(2v ) 8m(0)
V1
0
2m m 8m
Futher ,by Law of conservation of angular momentum
1

12

mvr (8m)(0)(0) 2m( v )( a ) m(2v )(2a )

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(30ma 2 ) 6mva
v
5a
Futher total energy of the system E is

1
3
I 2 mv 2
2
5

(A,B,C,D)
Since L=Jl.
Where J=mv is the impulse.
Also, L = I
L
Jl

l 1 ml 2
3
L2 3J 2
l 3J
Kinetic energy =

and vc
2 I 2m
2 2m

[A,D]

since surface is frictionless, the center of mass of the rod will fall along the straight line
l
ycm (1 cos )
2
dy l
d l

sin
sin
dt 2
2
dt
a

d2y l 2
l

cos sin
2
dt
2
2

[B,D]
L1 I MK 2

.....(1)

L2 I MvR
L2 MK 2 MR ( R )
L2 M ( K 2 R 2 )

(V R )
........(2)

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[B,D]
Relative velocity between A and B along AB should be zero hence
vA sin vB cos
component of relative velocity perpendicular to AB
Since ,
AB
VA cos vB sin

l
6
7

conceptual

[A,D]
Since collision is elastic so, the kinetic energy will be conserved let v be the speed of ball after
collision . then,
1
1
1
(1)(10)2 (4) (4)2 (1)v 2 v 6 ms 1
2
2
2
Let J be the impulse between the ball and wedge during collision.
Since impulse = change in linear momentum
J sin 300 (4)(4)
J 32 Ns

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I11 I 22

3
Pi mvi m(2r ) 2m R

1
Pf mv f m R m R
3 3

impulse J P f Pi
pi2 p2f

37
mr
3

as 900

Section-2
9&10

But v1 v p sin l sin

2
2
l l
1 ml 2 1
mg sin
M l sin
2 2
2 3
2
From here we get
mg 1 sin
l 2 an
(i)
m / 3 M sin 2
l

mg cos Nl sin

2
a1 l l l

ml 2 / 3
I 0

For block
N Ma M a1 sin an cos (iii)

M 4
4
M m
m 3
3

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l
2v
v
2
l
2
2
l l
1 ml 2v 1 4m 2
mg sin 300
v
2 2
2 3 l 2 3
11&12
11

12

v 2 sin 2 sin 370

2g
6 gh / 5 3/ 5 27h

2g
125
2
2u sin 370 cos 37 0
Rx
g
2 6 gh / 5 3/ 5 4 / 5

g
144

h
125
H

13&14
13

Let speed of block just before it strikes the second inclined plane be v then ,
1 2
mv mg 3 tan 600
2
v 60ms 1

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14

Speed of block immediately after it strikes the second incline is 45ms 1 because in perfectly
inelastic collision the component of velocity along line of impact becomes zero
By conservation of mechanical energy
Vc 105ms 1

15&16

mgl ml 2 ml 2

4
16
12

l
mg Ry m
4
ml 2
Rx

4
12 g
2l 1

; a CM
i j
7l
4
4

6 g 3g

i
j
7
7

3l 3l
a B 2 i j
4 4

6mg
4mg
Rx
i; R y
j
7
7

Section-3
17

Conserve Linear momentum

mv0 mv1 mv2 ......(i )
Conserve angular momentum about C of rod
l
l
mv0 mv1 Iw......(ii)
2
2
Use coefficient of restitution
l

v2 w v1
2
e 1
..(iii)
v0

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18

19
20

F 20
20 1
1

1
10
10 12
2

F=60N
F is 60N, at t= 6 sec

10 1
F 10
1

1
10
10 12
2

F=30N
At t= 3 sec
Conceptual
Conceptual

CHEMISTRY
SECTION-1
21

22

OH

O
H

23

It is an example of cannizzaro reaction

24

A and C are more acidic than benzoic acid due to ortho effect

25

It is Hoffmann elimination

26
27
28

CONCEPTUAL
CONCEPTUAL
Esters react with two equivalent of grigrand reagent to give tertiary alcohol

Section-2
29

CONCEPTUAL

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30 CONCEPTUAL
31 CONCEPTUAL
32 CONCEPTUAL
33 CONCEPTUAL
34 CONCEPTUAL
35 & 36

OH

NaBH 4

CHO

OH

CHO

OH

OH
H /

CHO

Section-3
38

I Intra molecular wuntz reaction

II Acid sensitive group is present
IV Reaction intermediate

MATHEMATICS
SECTION-1
41

Diagonals parallel to one of the angle bisectors

Angle bisectors of y=x+2 and y= 7x+3 are
x y2
7x y 3

2
50
5 x y 2 7 x y 3

2 x 4 y 7 0, 12 x 6 y 13 0

Diagonals are 2y+x=5, 2x-y=0

5
Possible coordinates are 0, 0, 0
2

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42

centre lies on radical axis x+7=0

By verification Centre C(-7,1) and Radius =7

43

Let r1 is radius of small circle , r2 be radius of bigger circle

In Triangle ACB,
2

cos120

44

r r1 r r1 4r 2

2 r r1 r r1

z1 z2 z1 z2

z1 z 2 z1 z 2 z1 z2 z1 z 2

z1 z2 z2 z1 0
z
z1
1
z
z2
2

z1
in purely imaginary
z2
2

Also z1 z2 z1 z2
2

z1 z2 z1 z2

OAB is right angled at O

z1 z2
2
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circumcentre

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45

Let the terms of A.P be l,l+m,l+2m,.

A=I ,b+l+2m and c=l+6m
2a-3b+c=0 hence line passes through (2,-3)

46

f 3 0 & f 3 0

0, 2, 2 are lying between the roots

47

sin x

sin x 2a

[sin x] Z and a Z

sin x Z

sin x 1, 0,1
a 0 &1

48

Circle having AB as diameter is

( x 2)( x 0) ( y 0)( y 2) 0
x2 y 2 2 x 2 y 0

Section-2
49-50

image of A(1,3) w.r.t x+y=2 lines on BC

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51

Equation of tangent at P

equation of tangent with slope

1
3

1
2
to x 3 y 2 1 will be
3

1
1
x 3 1 1
3
3
3 y x 1 or 3 y x 5
y

52

Let equation of common tangent be y-0=m(x-6)

Touches x 2 y 2 4

0 0 6m

2
1 m2
9m 2 1 m 2
1
m
2 2
equation of common tangent
1
1
y
x 6 , y x 6 and also x 2
2r 2
2 2
n
n
r
1

53 (1) r 1
Cr (1)r 1 1
Cr
r 1
r 1
r 1
r 1
n
n
1 n 1
= (1) r 1 Cr (1) r 1
Cr 1
n 1
r 1
r 1
1 n 1 n 1
(c1 c2 c3 .....)
C2 C3 ....
n 1
1
n 1C0 n 1C1
C0
n 1
1

n 1
n

54

r0

Cr cos(r 1) x Re nCr ei ( r 1) x
r 0

ix n ix
Re (1 e ) e
Re (1 cos x i sin x )n (cos x i sin x)

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x
nx
nx

2
2
2

x
nx
nx

2
2
2

x
n2
2n cos n cos
x
2
2

55 & 56
2

The given system is sin x cos 2 y a 2 1 1, and cox sin 2 y a 1

Since the LHS of the equations does not excedd 1, the given system may have solutions only for a s
such that
2

a 1 1 1 and 1 a 1 1
a 1 0 or a 1

and
2

But a=1 does not satisfy cos x sin 2 y a 1

a=-1 only the satisfy both equations.
sin x cos 2 y 1
sin x 1, cos 2 y 1
For which cos x sin 2 y 0

Section-3
57

a bc
A)
3 abc
3
b 3 4 b 1, 2,3, 4

4

2sin sin x cos 2 x sec x 2 sin x cos x cos x sin x

4
1
cos 2 x cos x sin x
2

cos x sin x 2
sec x 2
C) sin x 2 sin 2 x sin 3x 3

sin x 4sin x cos x 3sin x 4sin 3 x 3

sin x 2 4 cos x 4 1 cos 2 x 3
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1
2
Not possible at same time . no solution
b
D) 0 f 3 0
3
2a
A)
z10 1 z 1 z z1 z z 2 ...... z z9
sin x 1 and cos x

58

z z1 z z2 ..... z z9 1 z z 2 .......z 9

Put z=1
1 z1 1 z2 ...... 1 z9 10

B) 1 z1 z2 ..... z9 0
Re 1 Re z1 Re z2 ...... Re z9 0
Re z1 Re z2 .... Re z9 1
9

1 cos
k 1

2k
2
10

C)

D)

Product of nth roots of unity 1

L x 2y 3
A) let L 3 0 L
0
0,0
a ,a 2

59

n1
2

2a 2 a 3 0
(2a 3)( a 1) 0 also a>0
a (0,1)
No. of integral value of a 0
B) a 2 a 2 0
( a 2)( a 1) 0 a 2,1

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4a 2 4a 3 0
(2a 1)(2a 3) 0
1 3
a ,
2 2
3 1

a 2, U ,1
2 2

K
5 2
Value of a of form
are
,
3
3 3
C) Slope of line joining (t 1, 2t 2) and
2t 2 1
1
2t 1, t is
t 1 2t 1
Slope of perpendicular bisectors of points is 1.
D) Images of A w.r.t. y x and y 0 lie on BC which are (2,1),(1,-2)

Equation of BC is

y 3x 5
Perpendicular distance of A form
325
BC
10
10d ( A, BC ) 4

60

A) Using parametrive form

1
1

A 1
,1
,
2
2

1
1

B 1
,1

2
2

r 1

1
2 1 2 2

2
2
2

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B)

C1C2 r1 r2
2(r 1)2 (r 1)2

C)

r 2 6r 1 0
r 3 2 2
C x2 y 2 2x 2 y 1 0

D)

C1 x 2 y 2 2rx 2ry 1 0
Orthogonality
2r (1) 2r (1) r 2 1
r 2 4r 1 0
r 2 3
r 2 3
Equation of common chord AB is

( x 2 y 2 2 x 2 y 1) ( x 2 y 2 2rx 2ry r 2 ) 0
(2r 2) x (2r 2) y (1 r 2 ) 0
Put (1,1)
4r 4 1 r 2 0
r 2 4r 3 0 (r 1)(r 3) 0

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