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CLASSROOMCONTACTPROGRAMME (Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)
CLASSROOMCONTACTPROGRAMME
(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

ENTHUSIAST,LEADER & ACHIEVER COURSE

PHASE : ENTHUSIAST, MLK,MLM,MLN, MLP, MLQ,MLSP, MAZD,MAZE, MAZF, MAZG, MAZH & MAZI

TARGET : PRE-MEDICAL 2016

Test Pattern : AIPMT

TEST DATE : 07 - 04 - 2016

Test Type : MAJOR

TEST SYLLABUS : SYLLABUS - 04

- 04 - 2016 Test Type : MAJOR TEST SYLLABUS : SYLLABUS - 04 ANSWER KEY

ANSWER KEY

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HINT – SHEET

 

2

µNA
1.

L =

0

same

 

5.

90% of the sample is decayed and 10% is undecayed. Fraction of (1/10) lies between (1/2) 3 to (1/2) 4 ; so the time is less than 4 half-life periods but more than 3 half-life periods, i.e., between 30 to 40 days. The correct choice is 33 days.

 

s

 

R =

w

different (as thickness not same)

 
 

a

2. At resonance freq. current & voltage will be in same phase so = 0 wattless current = I 0 sin = I 0 sin 0° = 0

 

3. Distance |V 0 | + |u e | use lens formula for objective V 0 = 6 cm

6.

5V

 

2V

 

lens formula for eye piece |u e | = 5 distance = 6 + 5 = 11 cm

   
 

x

I =

52

3

0.5A

 

4. =

D

 

d

and = ( – 1)t

   

6

6

 

x =

1 tD

 

7.

X L = X C so circuit is in Resonance

 

d

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HS - 1/4

   
Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 hc V 90 14. Energy of one photon
Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016
hc
V
90
14. Energy of one photon =
= 4 × 10 –19 = E
I =
=
45 = 2 amp.
R
(n)
(E) = Energy = 10 –7
Voltage drop at combination of L & C is zero.
(n)
(4 × 10 –19 ) = 10 –7
x
x
x
2
1
n
= 2.5 × 10 11
8.
Apparat depth =
=
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
V
200
0
100volt
9.
From Einstein's equation,
15. V
rms
2
2
1
16. = I 0 (1 – e –t/ )
I
2
E
W
mv
0
2
I
0
4/
I
(1
e
)
0
2(E
W )
4
0
v
m
17. = 100 (given)
R
Now, a charged particle placed in uniform
when capacitor is removed then = 45°
X
magnetic field experience a force,
L
so tan =
= 1
R
2
mv
F
X
L = R
r
when inductor is removed
2
mv
then = 45°
evB
r
X
C
tan =
= 1
mv
R
r
eB
X C = R
so X L = X C = R
2(E
W )
0
m
so circuit is in resonance so Z = R
m
r
V
= 100
eB
I
=
100 = 1 amp.
R
2m(E
W )
0
18. Distance between image
r
eB
2L
L
10.
Let there be x -particles and y -particles
L
2L
3
3
A
4
0
A8
xHe
y
Y
Z X
surface between 2 nd inte
2
1
Z3
2L
L/3
then equating the mass numbers
3
4L
5L
2L
A
= 4x + A – 8
(i)
L/3
L
4L
3
3
3
and equating atomic number
4L
5L
Z
= 2x – y + Z – 3
(ii)
19. Given that;
energy of photon, (E) = hv = 8 eV
threshold frequency, (v 0 ) = 1.6 × 10 15 Hz
From Einstein's photelectric equation
KE max = hv – hv 0
3
3
Solving eqns. (i) and (ii), we get:
x
= 2 and y = 1
The number of and particles emitted are
2
and 1 respectively.
11.
= MI d = M dI
34
15
6.6
10
1.6
10
12.
or
KE
8
\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
at f = 0, Z = (X C = )
at = f = , z = (X L = )
max
19
1.6
10
or
so current
in both situation will be zero.
or
KE max = 8 –6.6
KE max = 1.4 eV
20. Transitor : Structure & action
A
e
1d
21.
i
A
13.
2A
R
R dt
–2
2
1
dB
1
(10
10
)
=
A
=
0.01
R
dt
4
2
× sin2A = µ × sinA
µ = 2cosA
1
i
= 3.9 × 10 –5 A
HS - 2/4
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22. Phase/ENTHUSIAST, MLK,M,N,P,Q,MLSP, MAZD,E,F,G,H & MAZI/07-04-2016 222 VVV R C   33. I 0 =

22.

Phase/ENTHUSIAST, MLK,M,N,P,Q,MLSP, MAZD,E,F,G,H & MAZI/07-04-2016

222

VVV

R

C

 

33.

I 0 = 4I 0 cos 2

 

V

C

22 V R
22
V
R

V

V C 22 V R V 2 (120) – (1.5 30) 2     2 2

2

(120) – (1.5 30)

2

   

2

2

= 111 volt

   

120 or

 

= (i + e) – A

e

= + A – i = 0

 

3

   

2

3

30° 30° 60°
30°
30°
60°
   

sin

 

d

3d

 

1

sin

3d

1 × sin60° = µ × sin30°

µ

3
3

=

= 1.732

 

34.

V

= 20 KV

 

E

= 20 × 1.6 × 10 19 eV

 

Given that; the velocity of -particle [nucleus of 2 He 4 ] = v the velocity of the deuteron ( 1 D 2 ) = 2v We know that, the de Broglie wavelength,

 

hC

E

= 0.62 ×10 10 = 0.62Å

 

min =

36.

V A –IR – L dI dt

+ 10 = V B

 
 

h

mv

 

(i)

37.

V A – V B = –3V

12.5

8.3

So, the de Broglie wavelength for -particle,

App. depth = real depth =

1.5

 

4

h

v

[m = 4]

(ii)

so shift is 9.4 – 8.3 = 1.1 cm

n

 

and the de Broglie wavelength for deutron,

38.

sin =

a

 
 

D

2

h

2v

 

[m D = 2]

(iii)

39.

t 1/2 = 20 min

n2

On dividing eqn. (ii) by eqn. (iii)

 

=

20

 

h/4v

1

 

0.8N

0

N e

0

t

1

D

h/4v

 

1

 

0.2N

0

N e

0

(t

2

)

or

: D = 1 : 1

 

4 =

e

(t

2

t

1

)

 

= cos

   

d

e

0

 

n4 = (t 2 – t 1 ) (t 2 – t 1 ) = 40 min

 

sin

dt

   

T

2 (Radius of the orbit) 3

 

40.

T 2 (Radius of the orbit) 3   40.  
 
 

2

T

1

R

3

1

T

1

1

2

3

   

or

 

15

15

T

2

(4R)

64

V = i C R C + V CE

– 7 = i C × 2 × 10 3

 

T

2

8

   

6V

1

i C = 4mA

 

6

i

i

C

B

 

i

1

2

2A

4mA

42.

2

1

21

 

i

B

100

0.04mA

 

Vu

R

P

= P 1 + P 2 = 10 – 5 = 5D

   

µ 1 =

4 ,

3

2

1.6

 

f

20

   

m

f

u

so 2 =

u 20 = –10 cm

   

u

= – 200 cm, R = 20 cm

 
 
  V = 240 cm   HS - 3/4

V

= 240 cm

V = 240 cm
 

HS - 3/4

   

23.

24.

27.

29.

30.

32.

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Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 d[C] 43. I = I 0 cos 2
Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016
d[C]
43.
I = I 0 cos 2
R.O.A. of C =
dt
I = I 0 cos 2 45°
d[D]
I
R.O.A. of D =
0
I
=
dt
2
59.
IO 3 – + 5I – + 6H + 3I 2 + 3H 2 O
44.
N = N 0 e – t
61.
NCERT-XI, Part-II, Page # 407
dN
62.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 436
= N 0 e – t (– )
dt
63.
– dN
R = k[NO 2 ] 1
order of reaction = 1
or
N
dt
0.693
t 1/2 =
dN
k
N
Activity =
dt
64.
NO
NH .NH
3
22
i.e. Activity is independent of time.
5
2
2N
14e
2N
45.
p-n junction formation
1
5
N
7e
[N H
]
46.
NCERT-XI, Part-II, Page # 359
2
4
2
47.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 434
66.
Glucose and Mannose are Epimer's of each other
48.
On increasing temperature fraction of molecules
changes according to following graph
67.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 445
1
68.
K =
R
A
= 0.013 × 300 cm –1
A
I
T
T 2 > T 1
71.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 405
2
T
II
1
72.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 447
E
K.E.
73.
w =
It
F
49.
SO 3 2– 1(x) + 3(–2) = – 2 x = + 4
27 / 3
90
S
2 O 4 2– 2 (x)+ 4 (–2) = – 2 x = + 3
24 × 5 =
9650
t
96500
100
S
2 O 6 2– 2 (x)+ 6 (–2) = – 2 x = + 5
76.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 415
51.
NCERT-XI, Part-II, Page # 350
77.
52.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 430
0.693
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 450
(Sodium benzoate are most commonly used as
food preservatives')
53.
t 1/2 =
K
79.
a
kt
In peptization freshly prepared precipitate is
converts into sol.
log
a
x
2.303
80.
sp 3 d 2 and d 2 sp 3 .
54.
Central atom nitrogen (O.N. = +3) present in
intermediate oxidation state so it can act as oxidant
as well as reductant.
81.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 418
82.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 446
85.
Secondary valencies have directional properties.
56.
NCERT-XI, Part-II, Page # 401
86.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 420
57.
NCERT-XII, Part-II, Page # 428
E
87.
lnk = lnA –
a
d[A]
d[B]
1 d[C]
d[D]
R T
58.
R.O.R. =
0.0591 log
dt
dt
2
dt
dt
88.
E° =
Keq.
10
2
d[A]
R.O.D. of A =
dt
0.2955
= 0.0591 logKeq.
Keq. = 10 10
2
d[B]
R.O.D. of B =
90.
Co(CO)
e
or
(CO) Co Co(CO)
dt
4
4
4
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