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MATHEMATICS

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four option(s) is(are) correct

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1.

2.

2 5

1

+

= , where x, y N. The number of solution of the equation is :

x y

3

There are 8 events that can be scheduled in a week, then the total number of ways that these

events are scheduled on exactly 6 days of a week is :

(A) 210 6!

3.

(B) 7! 266

(C) 1862 6!

(D) 210 7!

The locus of the middle points of chords of the parabola y = 8x drawn through the vertex is a

parabola whose

(A) focus is (1, 0)

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MATHEMATICS

PART : I MATHEMATICS

4.

The number of ways in which we can make a garland with five identical flowers of one kind and

three identical flowers of another kind must be :

(A) 5

(B) 7

(C)

8!

5!3!

5.

(A) 18

6.

(B) 24

(C) 32

(D) 64

A player tosses a coin. He sets one point for head and 2 points for tail He plays till he gets sum of

points equal to n. If pn be the probability that his score becomes n, then :

7.

(A) p3 =

1

2

(B) pn =

1

1

pn1 + pn2

2

4

(C) p4 =

11

16

(D) pn =

1

(pn1 + pn2)

2

(A) 2! 3! 4! 5! 6!

8.

(B) (5!)

(C) (10!)

Let f(x) = ax + bx + c. If a, b, c are integers and f(0), f(1) are odd numbers then

(A) c is odd

(B) a + b is even

(C) a b is even

(D) c is even

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MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS

9.

(A)

10.

(B)

(C)

2

3

(D)

5

6

Let A(0, 6), B(1, 2), C(3, 3), D(3, 2) and E(4, 2) be given points. Which of the following is (are)

TRUE ?

(A) Area of pentagon formed by these points is

73

.

2

1

32

61 .

11.

If each root of x ax b = 0, a, b R has absolute value < 1, then which of the following is/are true

(A) |b| < 1

12.

(B) a + b < 1

(C) b a < 1

(D) a b < 1

If H (3, 4) and C (1, 2) are orthocentre and circumcentre of PQR and equation of side PQ is

x y + 7 = 0, then :

2

5 8

(C) centroid is ,

3 3

(D) circumradius = 70

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MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS

then x may be

2

MATHEMATICS

(A) 20

14.

(B) 28

(C) 20

1/2

(D) 28

1 3 5 ... (2y 1)

20

=

is (y N)

4 7 10 ... (3y 1) 7log x

(A) x = 10 , y = 10

(B) x = 10

5/7

(D) x = 10

5/7

(C) x = 10, y = 10

16.

1/4

15.

,y=

,y=

10

7

10

7

(A) Number of solutions are 6

(A) Number of zero at the end are 174

(C) It is divisible by 7!.(100!)

100

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MATHEMATICS

13.

Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

2 In all other cases

Paragraph for Question Nos. 17 to 18

There are three urns, Urn-1, Urn-2 and Urn-3. Urn-1 contains 4 red and 2 green balls, Urn-2

contains 3 red and 3 green balls and Urn-3 contains 2 red and 4 green balls. Let U1, U2 and U3 be

the events that Urn-1, Urn-2 and Urn-3 are chosen respectively.

17.

An urn is chosen and a ball is drawn from it randomly. If P(Ui) is proportional to i for each i = 1,

2, 3, then probability of the event ' the ball drawn is red ' is greater than

(A)

18.

1

9

(B)

4

9

(C)

1

3

(D)

8

9

2

An urn is chosen and two balls are drawn from it randomly. If P(Ui) is proportional toi for each

i = 1, 2, 3, then probability of the event ' the balls drawn are of different colours' is greater than

(A)

58

105

(B)

4

105

(C)

2

105

(D)

53

105

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MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS

Let the mirror image of the point A(5, 6) with respect to the line 2x + 3y = 15 be B. If AC is any

chord of the circle (described on AB as diameter) meeting the x-axis at D such that AD = 10DC,

then

19.

2

(B) x + y 6x 6y + 5 = 0

(D) x + y + 6x + 6y 5 = 0

(A) x + y 3x 3y + 5 = 0

(C) x + y 6x 6y 5 = 0

20.

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) infinite

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MATHEMATICS

PHYSICS

21.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

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2 In all other cases

Consider expansion of an ideal monoatomic gas by five different processes a,b,c,d & e as shown.

Choose the correct options :

(B) For process c which is above b and below d , Q > 0 and T < 0

(C) For process e which is above b and above d , Q > 0 and T > 0

(D) For process a, Q < 0 and for process d, T = 0

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PHYSICS

PART - II : PHYSICS

22.

A rod of length 0.3 m having variable linear mass density from A to B as = 0x(x is distance from

A in meter), where 0 = 100 kg/m2 is suspended by two light wires of same length. Ratio of their

linear mass density is 2 : 9. Then which of the following is/are correct :

(B) Ratio of wave speed in wire1 to wire2 is 3 : 1

(C) Second harmonic in wire1 has same frequency as third harmonic in wire2

(D) Third overtone in wire1 has same frequency as fifth overtone in wire2

23.

A cylinder of mass M and radius R is resting on two corner edges A and B as shown in figure. The

normal reaction at the edges A and B are : (Neglect friction)

(A) NA =

2NB

(B) NB = 3NA

(C) NA =

Mg

2

(D) NB =

2 3Mg

5

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

24.

When a capillary tube is dipped in a liquid, the liquid rises to a height h in the tube. The free liquid

surface inside the tube is hemispherical in shape. The tube is now pushed down so that the height

of the tube outside the liquid is less than h. Choose the correct option(s) :

(A) The liquid will come out of the tube like in a small fountain.

(B) The liquid will come out of the tube slowly.

(C) The liquid will fill the tube but not come out of its upper end.

(D) The free liquid surface inside the tube will not be hemispherical.

25.

In the figure shown, C is a fixed wedge on horizontal surface. Blocks A and B are of masses m and

2m respectively are kept as shown in figure. They can slide along the incline plane smoothly. The

pulley and string are massless. The inclined planes are very long. A and B are released from rest.

2 seconds after the release, B is caught for a moment and released again. Then (Take = 30 and

g = 10 m/s2 ) :Choose the correct option(s) :

(A) the speed of 'A' just before the instant when the string becomes tight again will be 10/3 m/s

(B) the speed of 'A' just before the instant when the string becomes tight again will be zero

(C) the speed of 'A' just after the instant when the string becomes tight again will be 20/9 m/s

(D) the speed of 'A' just after the instant when the string becomes tight again will be 10/3 m/s

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

26.

In the figure shown crosssection area of holes are same and very small in comparison to area of

crosssection of water tank : (tanks are the open from the top) Choose the correct option(s):

(A) x1 : x2 : x3 =

27.

5: 6: 3

(B) x1 : x2 : x3 = 6 : 5 : 3

(C) If A1, A2, A3 are the area of cross-section of streams when it hits the ground then 12A12 : 5A22 :

4A32 = 3 : 3 : 2

(D) If A1, A2, A3 are the area of cross-section of streams when it hits the ground then 12A12 : 5A22 :

4A32 = 2 : 2 : 3

8

A rod of mass m = 2kg, length = 1m, has uniform crosssection area A = 103 m2 but its

3

density is nonuniform. It is hinged about one end and kept in water of density w = 103 kg/m3. At

the equilibrium, the rod becomes horizontal. Then (g = 10 m/s2). Choose the correct option(s) :

2

m from the hinged end

3

Space for Rough

3 Work

(B) Centre of mass of the rod is at a distance of m from the hinged end

4

20

(C) Force exerted by the rod on the hinge support is

N

3

(D) It we displace the rod slightly by rotating downwards, it will oscillate

(A) Centre of mass of the rod is at a distance of

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

28.

A ball tied to the end of a string performs (complete circle) in a vertical circle under the influence of

gravity. Choose the correct option(s)

(A) when the string makes an angle 90 with the vertical, the tangential acceleration is zero &

radial acceleration is somewhere between maximum and minimum

(B) when the string makes an angle 90 with the vertical, the tangential acceleration is maximum &

radial acceleration is somewhere between maximum and minimum

(C) at no place in the circular motion, tangential acceleration is equal to radial acceleration

(D) throughout the path whenever radial acceleration has its extreme value, the tangential

acceleration is zero.

29.

A boat moves relative to river with a velocity which is n times the river flow velocity. Choose the

correct option(s) :

(A) If n < 1, boat cannot cross the river

(B) If n = 1, boat cannot cross the river without drifting

(C) If n > 1, boat can cross the river along shortest path

(D) Boat can cross the river whatever is the value of n (excluding zero)

30.

A ladder AB is supported by a smooth vertical wall and rough horizontal floor as shown. A boy

starts moving from A to B slowly. The ladder remains at rest, then pick up the correct statement(s):

B

smooth

wall

A

///////////////////////////////

rough floor

(B) Magnitude of normal reaction by wall on ladder will decrease.

(C) Magnitude of normal reaction by floor on ladder will remain unchanged.

(D) Magnitude of friction force by floor on ladder at will increase.

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

31.

One end of a string of length L is tied to the ceiling of a lift accelerating upwards with an

acceleration 2g. The other end of the string is free. The linear mass density of the string varies

linearly from 0 to from bottom to top. Choose the correct option(s)

(A) The velocity of the wave in the string will be 0.

(B) The acceleration (relative to string) of the wave on the string will be 3g/4 every where.

(C) The time taken by a pulse to reach from bottom to top will be 8L / 3g .

(D) The time taken by a pulse to reach from bottom to top will be

When a sample of a gas is taken from state i to state f along path ' iaf ', heat supplied to the gas is

50 cal and work done by the gas is 20 cal. If it is taken by path ' ibf ', then heat supplied is 36 cal.

Choose the correct option(s) :

Pressure

32.

4L / 3g .

volume

(A) Work done by the gas along path ibf is 6 cal

(B) If work done upon the gas is 13 cal for the return path ' fi ', then heat rejected by the gas along

path ' fi ' is 43 cal.

(C) If internal energy of the gas at state i is 10 cal, then internal energy at state 'f' is 40 cal.

(D) If internal energy at state 'b' is 22 cal and at 'i' is 10 cal then heat supplied to the gas along

path ' ib' is 18 cal.

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

33.

In a one - dimensional inelastic collision between two identical particles A and B of equal masses,

Initially B is stationary and A has momentum P before impact.During impact B gives impulse of

magnitude J to A, then, Choose the correct option(s) :

(A) The total momentum of the "A plus B" system is P before and after the impact and (PJ)

during the impact.

(B) During the impact, A gives impulse J to B

2J

(C) The coefficient of restitution is

1

P

J

(D) The coefficient of restitution 1 is

P

34.

A rod is fixed between a vertical wall and a horizontal surface. A smooth ring of mass 1 kg is

released from rest which can move along the rod as shown. At the release point spring is vertical

and relaxed. The natural length of the spring is ( 3 1) m . Rod makes an angle of 30 with the

horizontal. Ring again comes to rest when spring makes an angle of 30 with the vertical. Choose

the correct option(s) (g = 10 m/s2) :

5

( 3 1) N/m

2

2

(B) Maximum displacement of ring is

m

3 1

(A) Force constant of the spring is

for Rough

Work to rest is

(D) Normal reaction on ring due Space

to rod when

it again comes

5

( 3 1) N

2

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

(A) work done by kinetic friction on an object may be positive.

(B) A rigid body rolls up an inclined plane without sliding. The friction force on it will be up the

incline. (only contact force and gravitational force is acting)

(C) A rigid body rolls down an inclined plane without sliding. The friction force on it will be up the

incline. (only contact force and gravitational force is acting)

(D) A rigid body is left from rest and having no angular velocity from the top of a rough inclined

plane. It moves down the plane with slipping. The friction force on it will be up the incline.

36.

moves in a liquid with a constant velocity 5 m/s making 530 with the horizontal. The coefficient of

viscosity of the liquid is 20/(6), in S.I. units. (Take g = 10 m/s2). Choose the correct option(s) :

(B) The effective weight (weight upthrust) of the body is 8 N

(C) The direction of the external applied force must be horizontal.

(D) If the external force is suddenly removed the acceleration of the body just after the removal of

2

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PHYSICS

35.

Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is(are) correct

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened

0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

2 In all other cases

A uniform ring of radius R placed on a rough horizontal surface is given a sharp impulse as in

figure. As a consequence it acquires a linear velocity of v m/s. If coefficient of friction between the

ring & the horizontal surface be . Then answer the following questions based on given

information. (Use g = 10 m/s2)

37.

Based on above information choose the correct option(s) (A) The velocity of centre of mass after which the ring will start pure rolling is 1 m/s if initial velocity

is 2 m/s and radius R = 4 cm

(B) The velocity of centre of mass after which the ring will start pure rolling is 4 m/s if initial velocity

is 8 m/s and radius R = 10 cm

(C) Work done by kinetic friction is 4J if initial speed is 2 m/s and mass of ring is 4kg.

(D) Work done by kinetic friction is 8J if initial speed is 2 m/s and mass of ring is 8kg.

38.

Based on above information choose the correct option(s) (A) The time after which the ring will start pure rolling is 2 sec if v is 20 m/s and is 0.5

Rough

(B) The time after which the ring Space

will startfor

pure

rollingWork

is 2 sec if v is 10 m/s and is 0.25

(C) The time after which the ring will start pure rolling is 4 sec if v is 20 m/s and is 0.5

(D) friction will change its direction if v= 20 m/s and = 0.5

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

A small steel ball B is at rest on the edge of table of height 1 meter. Another steel ball A used as

the bob of one meter long simple pendulum is released from rest. The pendulum oscillates in

vertical plane as shown in the figure. The masses of the balls are identical and the collision is

elastic. Considering the motion of ball B only up to until the moment it first hits the ground at point

P. (Take g = 10 m/s2)

39.

(A) time of motion of ball A is more than time of motion of ball B (untill it hits the ground for first

time)

(B) during motion of A its vertical speed first increases then decreases.

(C) during motion of A its horizontal acceleration continously increases.

(D) tension in the string continuously increases till it strikes with B.

40.

(A) total distance travelled by A is greater than total distance travelled by B

(B) total distance travelled by A is less than total distance travelled by B

d | vA |

d | vB |

(C)

dt 0 t t

dt t t t

1

1

2

dv A

dv B

Space

for once.

Rough Work

(D)

is valid

at max

dt 0 t t

dt t t t

1

1

2

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PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,

P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,

Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

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For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

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41.

The correct graphical representation for the real gas at given conditions are

(intermolecular forces

are negligible)

(A) Z = 1

(B)

very low temperature)

(C)

Z=1

moderate temperature)

Z

(D)

Z=1

P

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CHEMISTRY

42.

(B) At constant pressure, for a definite quantity of an ideal gas graph of VT v/s T will be parabolic.

(C) In going from A to B for definite quantity of an ideal gas pressure increase.

V

A

T

(D) At constant volume, for a definite quantity of an ideal gas graph of

P

2

v/s T will be straight

T

line.

43.

Which of the following amount of H2SO4 can be taken to prepare a 0.25 M aqueous solution of

H2SO4 :

44.

(A) 49 g

(D) 24.5 g

(A) Electron whose debroglie wavelength is 5000 .

+

nd

2+

st

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(A) At constant volume, for a definite quantity of an ideal gas graph of PT v/s T will be parabolic.

CHEMISTRY

0.2 Moles of M

(Cd

2+

or Co

2+

or Zn

2+

2+

solution which is saturated with 0.05 M H2S solution. Which of the following will be precipitated?

Ka1 Ka2 for H2S= 4 10

(A) CdS (Ksp = 8.0 10

(C) ZnS (Ksp = 2 10

46.

21

27

25

21

21

A(g)

2B(g) H = 30KJ/mole

If CP, A = 20J/mole-K

S = 150J/mole at 300K

CP, B = 20J/mole-K

(A) H will increase on increasing temperature.

(B)H will decrease on increasing temperature.

(C) At 300K, G is negative.

(D) At 300K, G is positive.

47.

For weak monobasic acid, HA, the dissociation constant is 2 10 , which of the following is/are

6

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(A) A (aq)

H2O

HA(aq) + OH(aq)

Keq = 5 10

(B) The equilibrium constant for the reaction of HA with a very strong base in water in 2 10

(D) The pH of 0.1M NaA solution is 9.35

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45.

2+

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48.

A liquid confined inside an adiabatic container is suddenly taken from state 1 to state 2 by a

2P0

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1

P0

V0

4V0

Select correct option(s)

(A) U = 3P0V0

49.

(B) H = P0V0

(C) W = 3P0V0

(D) q = 0

(A)

(B)

3-Cyano benzenamide

(C)

Phenyl ethanoate

(D)

Space for Rough Work

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OH

OH

(A)

(B)

and

(D)

51.

and

and

are metamers.

Which of the following will give only 2-Methyl propane-1,3-dial on reaction with O3/Zn (H2O) ?

(A)

52.

and

(C)

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50.

(B)

(C)

(D)

(A) LiNO3

(B) Mg(NO3)2

(C) KNO3

(D) Pb(NO3)2

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53.

The dipole moment of AX3, BX3 and CX3 are 1.5 D, 0.5 D and 0 D respectively. The possible

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(A) pyramidal, T-shape, Trigonal planar respectively

(B) T-shape, pyramidal, Trigonal planar respectively

(C) pyramidal, pyramidal, Pyramidal respectively

(D) T-shape, T-shape, Trigonal planar respectively

54.

If RCl is allowed to react with Si, following chloro alkyl silanes are obtained

(A) RSiCl3

55.

56.

(B) SiCl4

(C) R2SiCl2

(D) R3SiCl

(A) NH3 PH3 AsH3

(B) Cl 2O OF2 H 2O

A

PhCPh

P.E

Ph

III

II

Reaction

Co-ordinate

I

II

III

(A)

(C)

II

III

(B)

(D)

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For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

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0 If none of the bubbles is darkened

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A 10 M solution of AgNO3 is made 0.2 M in NH3.

Given

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Ag(NH3 )2

Ag(NH3 ) + NH3

K1 = 1.5 10

Ag(NH3 )

Ag NH3

K2 = 4 10

9

(A) [Ag ]eq = 10 M

7

(B) [Ag(NH3 ) ]eq = 7.5 10 M

3

(C) [Ag(NH3 )2 ]eq = 10 M

8

(D) K f [Ag(NH3 )2 ] = 6 10

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If KSP AgCl = 10

new moles of Ag are produced from [Ag(NH3)2] and [Ag(NH3)] on mixing of following solutions)

(A) 1L of above solution + 1L of 0.2M NaCl solution.

(B) 0.5 L of above solution +1L of 0.4 M NaCl solution.

(C) 1L of above solution + 2L of 0.2M CaCl2 solution.

(D) 1L of above solution + 4L of 0.1M KCl solution.

A gas (A) burns in air to produce a glassy solid (B) and an easily condensible gas (C). (A) reacts

with water to liberate another gas (D) and a solid (E). (D) can also burn with a pop-sound to form

(C). Both (C) and (D) are neutral towards litmus. Then, answer the following questions.

59.

(A) may be

(A) PH3

60.

(B) CO

(C) C2H6

(D) B2H6

(B) B & C

(C) A & C

(D) C & D

(A) A & B

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