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## JEE (Main + Advanced) : NURTURE COURSE

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TEST DATE : 07 - 02 - 2016
PAPER-1
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
SECTION-I
A. A,B,C A,B,C,D A,B,C,D A,B,C A,C A,B,C A,B,C,D A,C A,B,C,D A,B,D
A B C D A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1 Q.2
Q,T Q,R P,S P P,R,S,T P,R,S,T Q,R,T Q,T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 6 5 4 3 7 1 5 4

SOLUTION
SECTION-I 3. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
1. Ans. (A,B,C) Sol. Block B & C will perform SHM about COM

## Sol. Path difference k k 2k

=
m /2 m
x = S2P S1P = x2 d2 x
For collision between M & m
Mv0 = Mv1 + mv2 &
v0
M m M v1 m v2

(A) when x
x = 0, so phase difference is zero v2 v1 = v0
(B) In some phase so constructive v0 = v1 + v2

## (C) when path difference x = n, then constructive v0 = v2 v1

interference 2v0 = v2 (1 + )
when x = (2n + 1)/2 where n = 0, 1, 2, 2v 0
v2 =
destructive 1
2. Ans. (A,B,C,D) mv 2 m 0 v
vCM = 0
mm 1
2 2 B 2 2
Sol. We know that I = s0 and P = I area v max/ COM v0
v
= 1
p20 B
also I = and here s0 = R, v = and 2v 0
2v
vmax =
v=f 1
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4. Ans. (A,B,C) 8. Ans. (A,C)
Sol. Since the process in chamber 2 is adiabatic dV
Sol. F
P0V0 = P2V2 dx
27 dV
0 at B,C,D
P0V05/3 = P V 5/3 dx
8 0 2
F = 0 at B,C,D
3/5
8 so a = 0 at B,C,D
V2 = V0
27 speed is maximum at B as potential energy at B is
maximum
Volume of chamber
9. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
8 3 / 5 Sol. For reflection from densor medium, the reflected
1 = 2V0 V2 = 2 27 V0 wave experience a phase difference of & for

refection from rarer medium, there is no phase
difference.
P01 T0 C
10. Ans. (A,B,D)
2/5 Sol. For same heat flow rate,
27
T2 = T0
8 d d

dt A dt B
P0 V0 P2 V2
Work by the gas =
1 k A A A 100 0 k B A B 100 0

5. Ans. (A,C) A B

## y x In figure (ii), both rods are in series

Req =R1 + R2
SECTION-II
Sol. g sin 1. Ans.(A)-(Q, T); (B)-(Q, R);(C)-(P, S); (D)-(P)
g cos Sol. Rate of heat loss = 80 10.8 = 54 16 cal/sec.
g
(A) r = 1.6
V32 = V12 2g sin x so V3 < V1 rate of heat supplies by forming steam to
V42 = V22 2g cos (y) = V22 2gcos(0)=V22 water at 0 = 1.6 640 > 54 16
V4 = V2 additional ice will melt
(B) Rate of heat loss
6. Ans. (A,B,C)
= 54 16 = 64 13.5 cal/sec.
n 1 1 n 2 2 r = 1.35
= rate of heat supplied for converting steam
n1C p1 n 2 C p2 1 1 2 1
Sol.
n1 n
to water at 0C = 1.35 640 = 13.5 64.
n1C V1 n 2 C V2 2 no additional ice will melt or water will fuse.
1 1 2 1 (C) Rate of heat loss = 54 16 = 72 12 cal/sec.
Rate of heat supplied by converting steam to ice
(n1 + n2) CV = n1C V1 n 2 C V2 at 0C = 1.20 720 = 12 72 cal/sec
no additional ice will melt or water will fuse.
R nR n R (D) Additional water will fuse to ice.
(n1 n 2 ) 1 2
1 1 1 2 1 2. Ans. (A)-(P,R,S,T); (B)-(P,R,S,T);
(C)-(Q,R,T); (D)-(Q,T)
7. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
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Sol. From phase diagram, in case 'C' & 'D' particle
M 3v 3 5gR
are able to reach at heightest point, while in 'a' & B N
'b' they don't. m 3g
SECTION-IV
1. Ans. 6
9 5gR
Sol. tmax = N = 0.4 20g = 80
N2 = 2 . 3g since = R(given)
N
2F N2 = 15
fs
20g N2
5
3
F = 40 t
3. Ans. 4
Sliding starts when
Sol. From Bernoulli's equation,
F = fmax
80t = 80 1 2
P0 + g (h1 h2) = v P0
2
t = 1s
[Since cross section Area of beaker >> cross
2F dt f k dt = mv 0 section area of faucet)

3 3 8 4
v = 2g h 1 h 2 = 2 10
80 t dt 80 dt = 20 V 100 10
1 1
4. Ans. 3
v = 8m/s Sol. For floating

P = F v = 40t 2v = 40 3 16 = 1920 mg = Buoyant force

## 2. Ans. 5 Since mass doesnot change with temperature

Sol. Since 'B' completes the circle vB at lowest point FB1 FB2 w1 V1g = w 2 V2 g

= 5gR w1
w1 (0.99 V0 ) = V (1 3T)
0
From work energy theorem for rod, 1 w T

1 M 2 2 1 1 3T
Mg 1 =
2 2 3 100 1 w T
By Binomial approx.
3g 1
1 = (1 + (3 w)T)
100
For angular momentum conservation before & after
1
collision, = (w 3)T
100
M 2
. mv B 1
3 T = 100( 3 ) = 40C
w

Tf = 60C

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5. Ans. 7 7. Ans. 5

S M
m
Sol. We have T1 2 Sol.
k 52 cm 50 cm

or v = 325 m/s

m V 325
T12 4 2 ... (1) 0 = 10 =
k 4L 4 0.52
After more weights m are added, we have
325
20 =
4 0.50
m m m m
T2 2 , or T22 4 2 ... (2)
k k
325 1
10 20 = 1
By subtracting Eq. (1) from Eq. (2), we get 4 0.264

g
T22 T12 4 2 , or 2 T22 T12 . 325 0.004
g 4
4 0.260 0.264
Upon inserting the numerical data we obtain =
1.75 cm. 0.325
6.25 Hz
6. Ans. 1 0.260 0.264

8. Ans. 4
Sol. For the semicircular plate of radius , the centre
Sol. T1 = 8 108 106 = 800 N
4
of mass lies at a distance of from the centre. T2 = 3 108 2 106 = 600 N
3
3
Taking to be the mass per unit area, the position 800 = 600 cos
5
of centre of mass of the remaining piece of the

cos = 4/5 = 37
3 4
square would be at a distance of from
3 8

## the centre of the original square plate. Now, taking

the centre of the original square to the origin, the
800 sin 53 + 600 sin 37 = F
centre of mass of the new structure can be
4 3
determined. This turns out to be at a distance of 800 + 600 = F
5 5
F = 1000 N
to the right of the origin.
3

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Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
SECTION-I
A. B B B,C B,D D B,D D D A,C,D A,D
A B C D A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1 Q.2
Q,S P,R,T Q,R,T Q,S Q,S Q,S,T R,S P,S,T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 1 3 4 1 6 1 4 7

SOLUTION
SECTIONI SECTIONIV
1. Ans. (B) 1. Ans. (1)
2. Ans. (B) hc
3. Ans. (B, C) E=

4. Ans. (B, D) h h
5. Ans. (D) =
2m.KE 2mC
6. Ans. (B, D)
6 103 9 109
7. Ans. (D) = 31 8
1010 1
2 9 10 3 10
DOU = 3 (So, option A & C can not be answer)
O
2. Ans. (3)
O
Vreal
(Resonance stabilisation by Z=
Videal
O OH V
extended conjugation) 1.5 real
2
8. Ans. (D) Vreal = 3
3. Ans. (4)
HOC : > 4. Ans. (1)
(6c) (5c) 5. Ans. (6)
O
HO OH
Stable : >
I
(4C, 1) (4C, 1) Sol.
HO OH
In option (D) both compound has same number OH
of carbon & -bond. So, stability of compound 6. Ans. (1)
is deciding factor for heat of hydrogenation as well Sol. sp3 hybridised P atom = 3
as for heat of combustion. sp2 hybridised N atom = 3
9. Ans. (A,C,D) 3
ratio = 1
Acid-base reaction favours in formation of weak 3
acid & weak base. Acidic strength order is : 7. Ans. (4)
CH3COOH > PhOH > H2O > HCCH
10. Ans. (A,D) (iii) , (iv) , (v) , (vii)
In option (B) & (C), given pairs are not two
different compounds they represent same ion 8. Ans. (7)
whose resonance energy is fixed. (i) , (ii) , (iii) , (iv) , (vi) , (vii) , (ix)
SECTIONII O O
1. Ans (A)-(Q,S); (B)-(P,R,T); (C)-(Q, R, T);
(D)-(Q, S)
2. Ans (A) - (Q,S); (B) - (Q,S,T); (C) - (R,S); H
(D) - (P,S,T) :OH O

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Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
SECTION-I
A. A,D A,C A,B,C,D A,B A,B A,C B,C A,C A,B,C,D B,C
A B C D A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1 Q.2
R Q T T Q S,T Q T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 7 6 3 7 3 4 8 3

SOLUTION
SECTION-I So in this condition we have 49 integral
1. Ans. (A,D) values of a
n But from c1c2 < |r1 r2|,
1 we will get additional values of a.
x 4
2 x for orthogonal cut
r
2.12.0 + 2(5).0 = 36 + a a = 36
nr 1 If a = 0, c1c2 = 13 & r1 + r2 = 19
n
Tr 1 C r . x 4
2 x c1c2 < r1 + r2
No. of common tangent = 2
C r n2 r 1
n n
C r 2 n43r 3. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
.x . .x
2r xr / 4 2r 96
n
sin x sin y
C 0 n C1 n C 2 65
, , are in A.P
20 21 2 2 xy x y 96
2 sin cos .....(1)
C2 n
1 n n 1 2 2 65
n
C1 1 n 72
4 8 Also cos x cos y
2
n 9n + 8 = 0 65
n = 1,8 xy x y 72
2 cos cos ......(2)
n=8 2 2 65
C r 164 3r
8 (1) (2), we get
Tr 1 r .x
2 x y 96 8 4
tan
r = 0,4,8 2 72 6 3
2. Ans. (A,C) 4
2.
(A) S1 x2 + y2 + 24x 10y + a = 0 3 24
Now, sin x y
16 25
for real circle, g2 + 2 c > 0 1
9
144 + 25 a > 0
a < 169 7
cos(x y)
25
Also a > 0
Square and add (1) & (2)
Total non-negative integral values of
a = 170 xy 82 144 81
cos2 .4
(B) for no point in common c1c2 > r1 + r2 2 652
& c1c2 < |r1 r2| 2 2
x y 16.3 .5
c1c2 = 13 cos2 2 2
2 13 .5
13 169 a 6
169 a < 49 xy 12
cos
a > 120 & a < 169 2 13

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4. Ans. (A,B)
2014 x 2n
(n I)
4
S 2014 C k .k 2014.2 2013
k0 Number of solution in [0, 4] is 8
= 1007.22014 = 19 53 22014 (C) n(A) = 6 ; n(B) = 10
& E = 53 22014 Number of functions = 106
Highest exponent of 2 = 2014 (D) Sum of 4 (+)ve solutions
Number of divisors of E 2015 2 4030
3 5 7
5. Ans. (A,B) 4
4 4 4 4
1 4 5 8 6x 2 27x 7. Ans. (B,C)

x 1 x 4 x 5 x 8 40 Rationalise
Now,
1 1/ 3 1/ 3
1 4 5 x x 1 x 1
1 1 1 2
x 1 x 4 x 5
1 1/ 3 1/ 3
2 1 2 0

8 6x 27x
1 2
x 8 40
1 1/ 3 1/ 3
x=0 3 4 2
2
Clubbing 1st & last &2nd & 3rd, we get
2x 9 2x 9 3 1 1/ 3 1/ 3
5 6 4

(x 1)(x 8) (x 4)(x 5) 40
(2x 9) 2
1 1/ 3 1/ 3
9 1 1 3 999 1000 999
x 2
2 (x 1)(x 8) (x 4)(x 5) 40
Solving, we get x = 9 1
E 10 5
Now, we can verify the options. 2
6. Ans. (A,C) Now, for (c) part
Put 2 2 | sin 3 x | a, | tan 3 x | b,| cot 3 x | c Tr+1 >< Tr
r r 1
a b c 3 1 1
we get 7
Cr . >
7
C r 1
bc ca ab 2 <
3 3
abc bca ca b 9
1 1> 1
bc ca ab 2 . <
r 3 8 r
1 1 1 9 8 r >< 3r
(a b c)
bc ca ab 2 2 >< r
Using AM > HM, Greatest terms are T2 & T3.
(a b) (b c) (c a) 3 8. Ans. (A,C)

3 1 1 1
1
a b bc ca x 0 x 1

1 1 1 9 (x) x 1 x 3
(a b c)
bc ca ab 2 6 x 3 x 6

a=b=c x 6 x6
2 2 | sin 3 x | | tan 3 x | | cot 3 x | Plotting (x) we get

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(t) = 1(t)
1
x
n I

y=
sinx = 1 x = 2n

6
y=x 2

x
x

y=
(1,1) 2 solutions.
(C) tan1(2 sinx) = cot1(cosx)
1 3 6

tan1(2sinx) + tan1(cosx) =
Clearly, if a,b,c,d are positive distinct numbers such 2
that (a) = (b) = (c) = (d), then sinx > 0, cosx > 0 & 2sinxcosx = 1
y = t (1,3) must intersect

the graph of y = (x) at four points x = 2n
4
1
a , b t, c 6 t, d t 6 5 solutions
t
(D) Sum of roots
abcd = 36 t2
t2 (1,9) a2 a 4 4 4
a a 1 1 5
Range of abcd is (27,35) a 1 a 1 a 1
Number of integral values in the range 7. Minimum value is 5
9. Ans. (A,B,C,D) 2. Ans.(A)(Q);(B)(S,T);(C)(Q); (D)(T)
(A) (x) is odd a + 2 = b + 7 a + b = 5
(B) Clearly x2 (0,1) [x2] = 0
2
(A) tan 1
x even
1 n 0

n 2 n 1 n 2 n

1 x2
(C) for sum of coefficients; put x =1 (0)=1 n2 n
tan 1
10. Ans. (B,C) 1 n 2 n
n 0
15
D E F
32 2

tan 1 n 2 tan 1 n
n 0

s1 s3
tan(D + E + F)
1 s2 3 3
s2 = 1

4 4 2

tanD tanE + tanE tanF + tanF tanD = 1 (B) c > |a b| c2 > a2 + b2 2ab
& cotD + cotE + cotF = cotD cotE cotF Similarly, a2 > b2 + c2 2bc
SECTION II
b2 > a2 + c2 2ac
1. Ans. (A)(R); (B)(Q); (C)(T); (D)(T)
a2 + b2 + c2 < 2(ab + bc + ca)
n
n 1
(A) 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 4 .... (a 2 b 2 c 2 )
n 0 2 4
ab bc ca
1 1 1 1 1
2 3 ... 2 4 6 ... (C) a2(b + c) = b2(a + c)
2 2 2 2 2 a2b b2a + a2c b2c = 0
1 ab(a b) + c(a b)(a + b) = 0
2 2 2.4 1 ab
2 3
1 1 3 3 ab + ac + bc = 0
1 2 1 2
2 2 Multiply both sides by (a c),
(B) Put sinx = t, we get we get (a c)(ab + ac + bc) = 0
16t 3 14 3 t 7 a2b + a2c ac2 bc2 = 0
a2(b + c) = c2(a + b) = 2
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(D) P2 + Q2 + R2 + S2 5. Ans. 3
= sin2Asin2B + sin2Ccos2A + sin2Acos2B Order at A,B,C is one
+ cos2Acos2C
6!
= sin2A + cos2A = 1 6
C3.3! = n=3
3!
SECTION-IV
1. Ans. 7 6. Ans. 4
sin(x y) sin(x + y) = sin2x sin2y Let x = k sin & y = k cos
E = sin2(sin1(0.5)) sin2(sin1(0.4)) = 0.09 4 4
2. Ans. 6 cos4 sin 4 194 sin cos
194
Interpret the problem geometrically consider n right sin cos
sin cos cos2 sin 2
triangle joined at their vertices with bases
a1,a2,a3,.......,an and heights 1,3,.....,2n1. The sum x y
t , then t 2 2 2 2 194
of their hypotenusses is the value of Sn. The y x
minimum value of Sn, then is the length of the straight t=4
line. Connecting the bottom vertex of first right
triangle & the top vertex of the last right triangle, so 7. Ans. 8
2 A
n 2
n
C1
Sn 2k 1 a k
T
k 1 k 1
D
Sn 172 n 4 C2 B
Now 172 + n4 = m2 (m I)
(m n2) (m + n) = 289.1
n2 = 144 n = 12 Let D be the point of tangency of C1 and C2. T
3. Ans. 3 will be radical center of 3 circles.
A
TD = 4

ATD 1 BTD 3
Now, tan & tan
P 2 2 2 4

B C ATB
Radius of C3 = TA tan 8
using pythogoreas theorem 2
AB2 + BC2 = CA2
102 + 62 +10.6 + 62 + PC2 + 6PC 8. Ans. 3
= 102 + PC2 + 10PC
4PC = 132 PC = 33 n
Cm . m Cp
n!

m!

n p!
4. Ans. 7 m! n m ! m p !p! n p !
2015
n n 1
(1)n n C p . n p Cm p
n 1 (n 1)! n!
n n n

2 2 3 3 4
1 ...... n
Cp n p
Cm p n Cp n p
C 0 n p C1 .... n p C n p
p 1 m p p 1

1! 1! 2! 2! 3!
n n
2015 2016 n Cp .2 n p n Cp 2 n p 2 n
p 1 p 0
(2014)! (2015)!
= 3n 2n = 19
2016
1 a+b+c = 4032 n=3
(2015)!

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Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. C,D B,D A,B A,D B,C B,C A,D B,D A,B B,D
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. A,B,D A,C,D
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 4 6 2 2 2 4 3 2

SOLUTION
SECTION-I 4. Ans. (A,D)
1. Ans. (C,D)
4R S2 TS4
R Sol. (A) 2
R 4p 4R 2pTp4
Sol. same 4 d
L w
B = Vgeff Rs
Tp Ts
p = p0 + hgeff 2d

## 2. Ans. (B,D) 4 R 2p Tp4 dE

Sol. (A) mg = m2r (C) 2
R S2
4 d dt
= 2rt2
R 2STS4 R S2
g 2
t d2 4d
2 r
5. Ans. (B,C)
(C) N = mr
N = m2r 340
Sol. (A) 2a 4m
mr = m2r 4 85
= 2t2 2a = 1

1
t a m
2

## 3. Ans. (A,B) (B) closed organ pipe

5 (C) Sealed end is PAN
Sol. PV C P R 3 3 C
TV2/3 = constant 1
2a 2
T R32/3 = constant 22
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Li = 0 = Lf
5
2a
4 m 2
=
12

a a 2 m v x sin
2
8a a2 a2 va 6v

5
6 4 2 5a
3 8. Ans. (B,D)
, ,
2 2

4 8 v
, Sol.
5 5
6. Ans. (B,C)
Observer moving away from source.
Sol. Dx = 0.3 = n
330 C v sin
= n 0
f C
3300n v
f
0.3
fmax = 20000

## 20000 Observer moving towards source.

n
1100
C v sin
1 1 0
x 0.3 n C
2
9. Ans. (A,B)
1
f 1100 n 10. Ans. (B,D)
2
11. Ans. (A,B,D)
1
n 18.22
2 Sol. p0 + h11g = p0 + h21g + h33g
n = 0 to 17
12. Ans. (A,C,D)
7. Ans. (A,D)
Sol. pin = 105 + 5 0.8 103 10 + 10 103 10
vL v=vmp
= 105 + 4 104 + 105
Sol.
x
90 = 2.4 105
x=vp pout = 105 + 0.8 15 103 10 = 2.2 105
vm = vmp + vp 1
pout + v2 = pin
2
= v 2 x 22 2v cos 90
1
2 2 2 103 v2 = 0.2 105
v x 2vx sin 2

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v= 3. Ans. 2
40 m/s
2u sin 10
40 106 = 100 104 vs Sol. t1 u
g 2sin
4
vs = 40 10 m/s 1 d2
h d tan g 2
40 40 2 2 u cos2
mm/s mm/s = mm/s
10 100 5 1 10 10
10 10 tan tan 2
2 25
SECTION-IV
2
2tan tan 1 = 0
1. Ans. 4
1 1 8 1 3 1 3 1
tan , = 1,
4 4 4 2
h 4. Ans. 2
y
Sol. 2mR 2
Sol Ta 2
mgR
h 2
3
gydy 6 y h 1 mR 2

h Tb 2 2 3
mgR
h 2
y3 y2
10 6 h 1
4
mR 2
3 2 h 2 1
2mgR
1 h 1 h 2 2 h 2
3
3
6 10 4 h 2 h 3 2

Ta = 2 sec
5. Ans. 2
1 6h h 1 2 Sol. W = KE + Hfriction
6 10 4 6h 2 8 4 h 4 2

3 12 2 as seen from belt frame
1
3

6 10 4 6h 2 12h 8 2 h 2 2h 1

Hfriction =
1

m 02 v2
2
8 W = mv2
6 10 4 2 4 10 4 Nm
3 = 0.5 22 = 2J
2. Ans. 6
6. Ans. 4

Sol. mg N = ma = m
25 + hg 2
Sol. p=p0+
r m 2
mg
2 3
25 3g
p h g
r 2
2 7 10 3 m 3g
3
2 10 2 10 4 = 240 mg N
0.35 10 2 2
p mg
6 N
40 4

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7. Ans. 3 8. Ans. 2
Sol. mv0 = 2mv2 + mv1
v 2 v1
e=1= v
0
v2 v1 = v0 2T
2v2 + v1 = v0
3v2 = 2v0 2mg
Sol. T T
2v
v2 0
3 mg
1 1 mg
2mv 22 kd 2
2 2
T mg = mab = mam
k
v2 d 2T 2mg = 2maB
2m
aB = ab = am vB = vb = vm = v
3 k
v0 d vp = v
2 2m
vR vb = 2vp
3 400
0.1 vR = 2v v = 3v
2 0.5 2
vmR = v (3v) = 4v = 8
v0 = 3

## PART-2 : CHEMISTRY ANSWER KEY

Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. C B A,B,D A,D A A,C,D B A,D C D
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. C C
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 1 6 4 9 2 1 3 5

SOLUTION
SECTION - I 8a = 0.08
1. Ans. (C) a = 0.01 M
33.33 nH = 0.01 20 = 0.2 mol 0.4 gm
282 96 3 'S' atoms per molecule. 2
100 nBr = 0.01 20 = 0.2 mol 32 gm
2. Ans. (B) 2
3. Ans. (A, B, D)
H2 + 2HBr
Br2 (A) P 1 = 5 0.08 320 P = 128 atm
aM aM
4 52
a -x a-x 2x (B) P 2 (1 0) = 5 0.08 320
1
25.92 / 81 0.32
= 0.016 M P = 28 atm
20 20
(2x)2 4 52
64 = (C) P (1 0.04 5) = 128 P = 60 atm
(a x)2 12
(D) P (1 0.04 5) = 128 P = 160 atm
8a 0.064 = 0.016
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4. Ans.(A, D) SECTION - IV
6
1. Ans. (307)
4H+ + 3MnO4 + 5Mo3+ 3Mn2+ + 5 M o O22+
20 ml nf = 3 OMR ANS (1)
0.2M 0.5 M 2 1
C20H32N6O12 S + 2H+ + 2e
2C10H17N3O6 S
(nf = 5) 10 ml
7 1 5 4 (nf = 1)
H2O + 2M nO4 I
IO3 2MnO2 2OH
2. Ans. (6)
0.1N 3. Ans. (4)
1 mmol 0.5 mmol Except 3, 5 & 7 all are correct
(nf = 3) nf = 6 4. Ans. (9)
V = 30 ml 6.4 1240
19
N N = 1019.
1.6 10 310
5. Ans. (A)
9 1017
6. Ans. (A,C,D) Q. E. = 100 9%
1019
7. Ans. (B) 5. Ans. (2)
Me 6. Ans. (1)
H
H

Me HO OH
Non-planar, therefore conjugation over complete X = H2S2O8 O SOOS O
ring isn't possible. peroxodisulphuric
acid
O O
8. Ans. (A,D)
COOH HO OH
Me Y = H2S3O6 O SSS O
Ortho substituted benzoic acid trithionic acid
O O
is most acidic
4 3 2 1 3 2
HO OH
CH3CH2CH2 CONH2 & CH3CHCH3 : Chain isomer O S (S)n S O
Z = H2Sn+2O6
1 CONH2
O O
9. Ans.(C)
7. Ans. (3)
[Fe(C O ) ]3 + 6H+
Fe3+(aq) + 3H2C2O4 2 4 3 8. Ans. (5)
[Hg(SCN) ]2
Hg2+ + 4SCN b,c,e,f,h
4

10. Ans.(D) H H
C=C Show G.I.
For exothermic equilibrium on increasing Cl F
(2-carbon)
temperature Keq decreases.
3 2 3 2 1
11. Ans. (C) CH3CHOCH3 & CH3CH2CH2OCH3 :
12. Ans. (C) 1 CH3
Phenol, Alcohol , 2-amine, Ketone, Cyclic amide Position isomer

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Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. B,C A,B,C A,B,C A,B,C A,B,C,D A,B,C,D A,B,D A,B B A,B
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. A,C B
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SECTION-IV
A. 5 7 0 7 2 2 2 3

SOLUTION
SECTION-I 4. Ans. (A,B,C)
1. Ans. (B,C) 5. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
cos2x = sinx n
rn n 1
cos4 x = 1 cos2x r
2 3 4
cos4x + cos2x 1 = 0 (r) 1
...... .....(1)
r r2 r3
1 5 (r) 1 2 3
cos2 x 2 3 ..... .....(2)
2 r r r r
2
1 1 r
cos4 x 2
cos4 x (r)
sin x cos x 1 r
Now check options.
2 3 5 5 1 3 5
=2 6. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
5 1 2 2 2
(B) & (C) are correct. (x 2 x 1)(x 2 x 1)
(x)
(x 2 x 1)2
2. Ans. (A,B,C)
x2 x 1
n
2.3 n 1
(x)
n tan 1 n n 1
x2 x 1
n 1 1 3 .3 Now check options.
n
7. Ans. (A,B,D)

tan 1 3n tan 1 (3n 1 )
n 1

(n) tan 1 3n
4
Now check option.
a b c
3. Ans. (A,B,C)
By compairing the slopes, condition in problem is
2
1 (x 1) satisfied for (a, b + c 2a) to lie on the line. Putting
x cos1 2 in line we get
1 (x 1)
b + c = 2003

bmax = 1004
x + 1 = tan
2 2
cmin = 1002
1
y cos cos 2 8. Ans. (A,B)
1 Let P denotes total number of ways of selecting
2 tan (x 1), x 1
even number of red balls and Q denotes total
1
2 tan (x 1), x 1 number ob ways of selecting odd number of red
balls.
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(2 1)(4 1)(6 1)(8 1)(10 1) = P Q 3. Ans. 0
(2 + 1)(4 + 1)(6 + 1)(8 + 1)(10 + 1) = P + Q 3
cos(2.3r 1 )
s
Now solve to get P & Q. r 1 sin 3r 28

## Paragraph for Question 9 to 10 3

sin(3r 1 ) cos(2.3r 1 )
s
N = 2a3b5c7d r 1 sin(3r ) sin(3r 1 )
10
m 1 3 sin 3r sin 3r 1
a n 38
m 2 n 1 2 2 r 1 sin 3r sin 3r 1
similarly b = 17, c = 7, d = 4 3
N = 2 38 317 57 74 S cosec(3r 1 ) cosec(3r )
r 1
obviously P = 7
Q = 13 6 3 2 cosec cosec27 0 { 27 }
= 2 2.32 13' 4. Ans. 7
9. Ans. (B) (0,4)
10. Ans. (A,B)
(0,2) (3,2)
Paragraph for Question 11 to 12

3 3 (0,0)
y x x2 1 x x2 1 (3,0)
13 (6,0)
Image in y = x & then cubing
(3,2) 5
3

x 3 3 y y 2 1 3 y y 2 1 40

x 3 = 2y + 3(1)x (a,b)

x 3 3x a 2 + b2 = 25 ........(1)
1
(x)
2 (a + 3)2 + (b + 2)2 = 40
11. Ans. (A,C) 6a + 4b = 2 ........(2)
12. Ans. (B) Solving (1) & (2)
SECTION-IV possible value of a is 3
1. Ans. 5 b=4
Replace x by 1 x solve to get (x) G 3

2. Ans. 7 S 4
5. Ans. 2
H1 H2 H3 H4 = 4 24
x 1 Solving
H1H 2 H 3 H 4 4 C 2 3 36 2 x x
x 1 3(x) 2x x 1
4
C2 x 1 x 1
H1H 2 H 3H 4 26 x
2 x 1 3(x) x 1 2x
H1 H 2 H 3 H 4 4 C 3 . 2 8 x 1 x 1 x 1
(x) 2
x 1 x 1 2
H1H2H3H4 = 1 75
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6. Ans. 2 8. Ans. 3
y sin 2 (1 sin 2 )3 s = (1 + x) 1000 + 2x(1 + x) 999 + 3x2(1 + x)998 +
....... + 1001x1000(1 + x)0
y = t(1 t) 3 0 t 1
xs
3(1 t) x(1 + x) 999 + 2x2(1 + x)998 + ........
t 3 (1 x)
3 4 t(1 t)
4 27 1001 x1001
3 ....... + 1001x1000 +
t(1 t) 1 (1 x)
4
27 4 s.1
33 (1 x)1000 x(1 x)999 ......
t(1 t)3 (1 x)
256
1001x1001
7. Ans. 2 .... x1000 (1 x)0
(1 x)
5 5
O C x 1001
2sin 2
s
1 1001x1001
A 1000 1 x
45 B 5 (1 x)
(1 x) x
BOA = 90 1 (1 x)
1 x
ACO = 135
O
25 C
s x1001 (1 x)1001 1001x1001
9 2 5/2
1 2 5/ 3 (1 x) 1 (1 x)
2
2 6 B
45
A s = (1 + x) 1002 x1001(1 + x) 1001x1001
5
7 coeff. of x50 = 1002C50
3 2 2
2
7
2 3 2 0
2
3 2 18 14 1

2 2