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CBT - 01 (Code-A) (Answers) All India Aakash Test Series for AIIMS-2019

All India Aakash Test Series for AIIMS - 2019


CBT - 01 (Code-A)
Test Date : 09/05/2019

ANSWERS
1. (4) 41. (2) 81. (3) 121. (4) 161. (2)
2. (3) 42. (2) 82. (4) 122. (3) 162. (3)
3. (2) 43. (1) 83. (4) 123. (4) 163. (1)
4. (1) 44. (4) 84. (4) 124. (3) 164. (1)
5. (4) 45. (2) 85. (2) 125. (2) 165. (4)
6. (2) 46. (1) 86. (2) 126. (2) 166. (2)
7. (3) 47. (2) 87. (1) 127. (4) 167. (2)
8. (2) 48. (3) 88. (4) 128. (1) 168. (3)
9. (2) 49. (4) 89. (3) 129. (2) 169. (3)
10. (2) 50. (4) 90. (4) 130. (3) 170. (3)
11. (4) 51. (4) 91. (4) 131. (3) 171. (4)
12. (3) 52. (4) 92. (4) 132. (3) 172. (1)
13. (4) 53. (3) 93. (2) 133. (1) 173. (2)
14. (2) 54. (1) 94. (1) 134. (2) 174. (4)
15. (4) 55. (3) 95. (3) 135. (4) 175. (1)
16. (2) 56. (1) 96. (3) 136. (1) 176. (4)
17. (3) 57. (3) 97. (4) 137. (1) 177. (3)
18. (3) 58. (4) 98. (2) 138. (2) 178. (4)
19. (2) 59. (2) 99. (2) 139. (2) 179. (3)
20. (3) 60. (4) 100. (1) 140. (3) 180. (2)
21. (4) 61. (2) 101. (1) 141. (4) 181. (1)
22. (3) 62. (3) 102. (2) 142. (2) 182. (1)
23. (2) 63. (3) 103. (2) 143. (4) 183. (3)
24. (3) 64. (3) 104. (4) 144. (4) 184. (4)
25. (3) 65. (1) 105. (3) 145. (2) 185. (1)
26. (2) 66. (2) 106. (4) 146. (3) 186. (2)
27. (4) 67. (4) 107. (1) 147. (2) 187. (1)
28. (4) 68. (3) 108. (1) 148. (2) 188. (4)
29. (3) 69. (1) 109. (1) 149. (1) 189. (1)
30. (2) 70. (4) 110. (3) 150. (4) 190. (3)
31. (4) 71. (2) 111. (3) 151. (2) 191. (3)
32. (2) 72. (3) 112. (3) 152. (4) 192. (3)
33. (1) 73. (2) 113. (1) 153. (4) 193. (4)
34. (2) 74. (2) 114. (2) 154. (1) 194. (3)
35. (2) 75. (2) 115. (2) 155. (1) 195. (2)
36. (2) 76. (1) 116. (4) 156. (3) 196. (1)
37. (4) 77. (4) 117. (1) 157. (3) 197. (3)
38. (2) 78. (1) 118. (2) 158. (4) 198. (3)
39. (3) 79. (3) 119. (4) 159. (2) 199. (3)
40. (2) 80. (3) 120. (1) 160. (2) 200. (1)

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS


4. Answer (1)
PHYSICS
Hint : ΔP = ρgeffh
1. Answer (4)
Hint : Tangential acceleration = component of g
Sol. : a=
acceleration along the velocity. 3

Sol. : r = 3t 2 iˆ + t 3 jˆ

v = 6t iˆ + 3t 2 ˆj
a
t = 1, v = 6i + 3 ˆj
 M
a = 6iˆ + 6tjˆ 2 15 cm a
t = 1, a = 6iˆ + 6 jˆ M
ΔP = ρg eff h
2g
ΔP = ρ(g − a )h = 103 × × 15 × 10 −2 = 1kPa
3
5. Answer (4)
Hint : N = N0e −λt
N0
Sol. : After first half hour N =
at = a cosθ 2
ar = a sinθ 4
1 3 ⎛ N ⎞⎛ 1 ⎞ N
at t= h to t = h N ′ = ⎜ 0 ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ = 0
= cot θ = 3 2 2 ⎝ 2 2
⎠⎝ ⎠ 32
ar
3
2. Answer (3) For t = to t = 2 h
2
FL 1
Hint : ΔL = For both A and B t1/2 eff = h
AY 6
Sol. : A= A1A2 ⎛ N ⎞⎛ 1 ⎞
3
N
N ′′ = ⎜ 0 ⎟⎜ ⎟ = 0
FL ⎝ 32 ⎠ ⎝ 2 ⎠ 256
A = π 2a 2 , ΔL = 6. Answer (2)
2πa 2Y
3. Answer (2) Hint : δ = A ( μ − 1) and
Hint : Using conservation of mechanical energy
1 1 1
− =
GMm 1 v u f
Sol. : ME = − + mv 2
r 2 Sol. :

O′
h
O O

GMm GMm 1 u = 30 cm
− =− + mv 2
2a r 2 δ = A ( μ − 1)
GM ⎛ 1 − e ⎞ ⎛3 ⎞
r = a(1 + e ), v = ⎜ ⎟ δ = 2 ⎜ − 1⎟ = 1°
a ⎝ 1+ e ⎠ ⎝2 ⎠

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h For diode detector


tan1° =
10 1 1
<< RC <<
h = 10 (1°) fC fm
π π Value of time constant RC should be much less than
h = 10 = cm
180 18 time period of modulating signal and much greater
than time period of carrier signal
1 1 1
− = 11. Answer (4)
v u f
Hint and Sol. :
v = + 60 cm
hI v v 60 π π
m= = ⇒ hI = ho = × = − cm
hO u u −30 18 9
7. Answer (3) 12. Answer (3)
Hint : F = μMg Hint : In forward bias, RDiode = 0
Sol. : For 3 kg block f > μ3g In reverse bias, RDiode = ∞
Sol. : In case, when +ve terminal is connected to A
F>6N
and –ve terminal is connected to B
For 2 kg block f > 4 N 9Ω

1 2
⇒ (F − 6)x = kx
2 4Ω
A B
kx 4
F −6 = =
2 2 6Ω 18 Ω
F=8N RAB = (3 + 9)//(6 + 18)
8. Answer (2) = 8 Ω
Hint and Sol. : e = tan2θ In case; when –ve terminal is connected to A and
+ve terminal is connected to B
9. Answer (2) 9Ω
Hint : R = R1 + R2
2R 3R
dx dy 4Ω
Sol.: ∫ k 4πx 2
+ ∫ 2 A B
R 2 R 2k 4 πy

7 6Ω
R=
48 π kR RAB = 6 + 4 + 9 = 19 Ω
10. Answer (2) 13. Answer (4)
Hint : Using concept of conservation of energy and
1 1 linear momentum.
Hint : f << RC << f
C m
1 2mgh
Sol. : fC = 1 MHz Sol. : Mv 2 < mgh ⇒ v <
2 M
1 14. Answer (2)
= 10 −6 = 1 μs
fC Hint : Moment of inertia is minimum about C.O.M
Sol. : rcm from 2M
B.W = 2fm = 2 × fm
∴ fm = 1000 Hz 2M × O + M × r r
rcm = =
3M 3
1 1 2 2
= = 10 −3 s = 1 ms ⎛r ⎞ ⎛ 2r ⎞
fm 1000 ∴ I = 2M ⎜ ⎟ + M ⎜ ⎟
⎝3⎠ ⎝ 3 ⎠

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r2 4r 2 4
+M R ρ b a = − g ρL x ...(ii)
= 2M 3
9 9
From equation (i) and (ii)
6Mr 2 2 3g
= = MR 2 a=− x
9 3 2R
15. Answer (4) 3g
∴ ω=
 2R
Hint : tan θ = 2 E is ⊥ P
2R
2P cos θ T = 2π
Sol. : E at 0, E1 = k 3g
r3
18. Answer (3)
P sinθ
E2 = k qin
r3 Hint : ∫ EdA = ε0
2P cos θ p sin θ sin θ
Ex = k cos θ − k
r 3
r3 qin Q
Sol. : ∫ E.dA = φ = ε0
=−
ε0
P ⎡ P ⎡ 1 2⎤ 19. Answer (2)
Ex = k 3 ⎣
2cos2 θ − sin2 θ⎤⎦ = k 3 ⎢2 × 3 − 3 ⎥ = 0
r r ⎣ ⎦
Psinθ 2 u sinθ
P Hint : T =
a
θ
Pcosθ 2 u sinθ
Sol. : T =
a
θ
x qσ
E1 a=
E2 ε0 m

v sinθ

y Ey = E1sinθ + E2cosθ ≠ 0
16. Answer (2)
Hint : Balanced wheat stone bridge. θ
Sol. : Equivalent circuit is v cosθ

20. Answer (3)


Hint : ε = vBL
Sol. :

∴ RAB = 2 Ω
17. Answer (3)
Hint : a = – ω2x
Sol. : At equilibrium
V
V ρb g = ρL g
2
ρL = 2ρb ...(i)
Leff = R sin30° + R
When it is displaced by x
3R
V ρb a = −(dv ) g ρL =
2
4
πR 3 ρb a = −πR 2 x g ρL vR 3
3 e = 3B = vBR
2 2

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21. Answer (4) 2k1 = k


 
Hint : (P 1 + P2 )
COM
=0
∴ k1 =
k
2
 
Sol. : As P 1COM + P 2COM = 0 ∴ After each collission energy remain half
  ∴ After nth collision
P 1COM = P 2COM = P
n
⎛ 1⎞
1 ∴ kn = k ⎜ ⎟
As λ ∝ ⎝2⎠
P
∴ λ1 : λ2 = 1 : 1 n
⎛ 1⎞
4.88 keV = 5 MeV ⎜ ⎟ ⇒ n = 10
22. Answer (3) ⎝2⎠
Hint : Use conservation of momentum
23. Answer (2)
Sol.:
24. Answer (3)
k1
y 1
Hint : Energy density ⇒ u = ε0 E 2
m m 45° 2
h k p θ x 1
Sol. : Q= ε0 E 2C
2
k2
Conservation of linear momentum in y-direction
⎡⎣ML2 T -2 ⎤⎦
= ⎡LT -1 ⎤⎦
2mk1 sin 45° = 2mk2 sin θ ...(i) ⎡⎣L3 ⎤⎦ ⎣

In x-direction, = [MT–3]
2mk = 2mk1 cos 45° + 2m k2 cos θ ...(ii) = Intensity of wave

Square and add equation (i) and (ii) 25. Answer (3)

I0
Hint : I= cos2 θ
( ) +( ) 2
2 2
2mk1 sin 45° 2mk − 2mk1 cos 45° = 2mk2
I0
I0 I1 I2 I3
k k 1 2
∴ k2 = 1 + k + 1 − 2 kk1 × Sol.:
2 2 2

∴ k2 = k1 + k − 2kk1 ...(iii) I0 I
I1 = cos2 45° = 0
From conservation of energy 2 4

k = k1 + k2 I0 I
I2 = cos2 45° = 0
k2 = k – k1 ...(iv) 4 8
From equation (i) and (ii)
I0 I
I3 = cos2 45° = 0
k − k1 = k1 + k − 2kk1 4 16
26. Answer (2)
2k1 = 2kk1
λD
2k12 = k k1 Hint : β′ =

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6000 × 10−10 8 dv y B0 x 2 ( qv 0 )
Sol.: β′ = × = 6000 × 10–7 = cos θ
4 −3 3 dt m
× 2 × 10
3
dv y dx B0 qx 2
= 6 × 10–4 m = 0.6 mm Also × = v0cosθ
dx dt m
Shift
dv y B0 qx 2 dx
D β′ ∴ = = v x = v 0 cos θ
y 0 = ( μ − 1) t = dx m
as
dt
d 2
v0 xmax
aμ g
9 B0 q
μ= =
aμw 8
∫ dv y =
0 m ∫
0
x 2 . dx

3
8 B0 q xmax
v0 =
3 ⎛9 ⎞ 0.6 mm m 3
−3 ⎜
− 1⎟ t =
2 × 10 ⎝ 8 ⎠ 2
1
⎛ 3mv 0 ⎞ 3
4 ⎛ 1⎞ ∴ xmax =⎜ ⎟
× 103 ⎜ ⎟ t = 0.3 × 10−3
3 ⎝8⎠ ⎝ B0 q ⎠
29. Answer (3)
103
t = 3 × 10 − 4  1  
3×2 Hint : S=
μ0
E ×B ( )
−7
t = 18 × 10 m
t = 1800 mm i j k
27. Answer (4)  1
Sol.: S= 9 4 −7
Hint : Use Boolean algebra 4π × 10 −7
0.018 0.008 0.03
Sol. : A
(
= 0.14i − 0.315 j )
Y 30. Answer (2)

L
B Hint : τ=
Req

Y = A + B = AB Sol. : In case of growth


It is AND gate R
28. Answer (4)
  
( )
R L
Hint : F = q v × B τ1 =
R
y
v0
Fm
θ θ In case of decay

Sol.: Fm L
τ2 =
x 2R
z v0
L L
⎛F ⎞ ∴ τ1 : τ2 = ;
ay = ⎜ m ⎟ cos θ R 2R
⎝m⎠
∴ 2:1

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31. Answer (4) 36. Answer (2)
Hint : y = A sin (ωt – kx + φ)
R 1
Sol. : vp = – (slope) vwave Hint : = 2
PQ F t
(–10) = – tan45° vw
vw = 10 cm/s R 1
=
Sol. : PQ ⎡MLT −2 ⎤ 2 .T
ω 2π 2π ⎣ ⎦
= 10 : k = = =π
k λ 2
= [M–2L–2T3]
ω = 10π
37. Answer (4)
π
φ= , A = 10 cm vdv
6 Hint : a=
dx
32. Answer (2)
Sol. : a = −100 x + 50
Hint : f∝ T
dv
v = −100 x + 50
1 T dx
Sol. : f =
2L μ
∫ vdv = ∫ ( −100 x + 50 ) dx
∴ f ∝ T
v −1
As T1 : T2 : T3 = 1 : 4 : 9 ⎡v 2 ⎤ ⎡ 100 x 2 ⎤
⎢ ⎥ = ⎢− + 50 x ⎥
∴ f1 : f2 : f3 = 1 : 2 : 3 ⎣ 2 ⎦0 ⎣ 2 ⎦2
33. Answer (1)
v = zero
Hint : If VP > VN then FB and
38. Answer (2)
If VP < VN then RB
Hint : Concept of C.O.M and physical pendulum
Sol. : If Vi > VR, D act as short circuit
Sol. : The C.O.M of the rod
∴ V0 = VR
l
If Vi < VR, D act as open circuit
∴ V0 = Vin
∫ kx. x dx
rcm = 0
l
34. Answer (2)
Hint : Pressure remains constant for isobaric,
∫ kx. dx
0
volume remains constant for isochoric and l
temperature remain constant for isothermal ⎡ x3 ⎤ l3
k⎢ ⎥
Sol. : For AB → Isobaric ⎣ 3 ⎦0 2l
= = 32 =
2 l l 3
∴ T↑ , V↑ ⎡x ⎤
k⎢ ⎥ 2
For BC → Isothermal ⎣ 2 ⎦0
∴ P↓, V↑ Torque about A
For CD → Isochoric
P↓, T↓
For DA → Isothermal
P↑, V↓
35. Answer (2)
Hint : XL = R, tanθ = 1

⎛ π ⎞ 2l
I = I0 sin ⎜ ωt + − δ ⎟ mg × = T cos θxl
Sol. : 3
⎝ 4 ⎠
As θ is small ∴ cosθ  1
π
δ=
4 2mg
T =
I = I0 sin (ωt) 3

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For time period I about PQ


I about A I = Idisc + Iparticle

l
I A = ∫ x 2 . dm mR 2 mR 2 16mR 2 9mR 2 + 4mR 2 + 64mR 2
I= + + =
0 4 9 9 36
77
l I= mR 2
∫x . λdx 36
2
=
0
10mgR 1 77
∴ = × mR 2 ω2
l 3 2 36
= k ∫ x . dx
3

240 9
0
ω= about PQ
77 R
kl 4 The particle rotates in a circle of radius
=
4
R 4R
R+ =
∴ Tsinθ × l = – Iα 3 3
For θ < 5° sinθ  θ 4R
∴ v= ω
3
2mg kl 3
θ=− .α
3 4 4R 240g
=
3 77R
8mg
∴ α=− .θ 240 × 16 gR 2 80 × 16g R
3kl 3 =
=
77 × 9 R 77 × 3
8mg
∴ ω=
3kl 3 5gR
= 16
39. Answer (3) 231
Hint : Use conservation of energy 40. Answer (2)
GM
Hint : v =−
r
P
2R
Sol. :

2R
2R 6R + 2R 8R 2R
R+R + = = and CC =
1

3 3 3 3
M × 2π rdr
8mgR Sol. : dm =
↓ ΔU of particle = π4R 2 − πR 2
3
2M rdr
2mgR =
↓ ΔU of disc = 3R 2
3 ∴ V at P
10mgR Gdm
∴ Total ↓ in ΔU = dV = −
3 r 2 + 4R 2
According to conservation of M.E 2R
2G M rdr
10mgR 1 2
= Iω
V =−
3 R2 ∫ r + 4R 2
2
3 2 ∴ R

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r2 + 4R2 = t2 Sol. : When the plane of two concentric loops are


2rdr = 2t dt perpendicular to each other then k = 0
2 Gm t dt 47. Answer (2)
∴ V = − 3 R2 ∫ 2
t T

2 GM ⎡ 2
r + 4R 2 ⎤
2R ∫ I. dt
= − Hint : Iav = 0
3 R2 ⎣ ⎦R
T
2 GM ⎡
= − 2 ⎣
8R 2 − 5 R 2 ⎤ Sol. : For sinusodial signal if half cycle choosen
3 R ⎦
T T
2 GM ⎡ from t = 0 to the average value is +ve, for to
= − 2 2 − 5 ⎤⎦ 2 2
3 R ⎣
41. Answer (2) T 3T
T average value is negative and for to
4 4
dy average value is zero
Hint : v=
dt
48. Answer (3)
Sol. : v = Aω sinωt Hint and Sol. : Mirror formula
v2 = A2ω2 sin2ωt
1 1 1
+ =
⎡1 − cos 2ωt ⎤ v u f
v 2 = A2 ω2 ⎢ ⎥
⎣ 2 ⎦ 49. Answer (4)
Also v2 is always non-negative Hint. : a = –ω2x
42. Answer (2) Sol. : At x = A i.e extreme position a is max and
at mean position a is zero
Hint and Sol. : Reynold’s number is a pure number
50. Answer (4)
(dimensionless and unitless) used to characterise the
flow of liquid Hint and Sol. : Direction of motion of particle is
always along the direction of velocity
43. Answer (1)
51. Answer (4)

 dL Hint and Sol. : In non-uniform circular motion
Hint : τ =  
dt v. a ≠ 0
    52. Answer (4)
Sol. : If τ is zero, then dL = 0 i.e L = constant
Hint : Dimensions of two different physical
44. Answer (4)
quantities can be same
Hint : Translational degree of freedom three
Sol. : Torque and work has same dimension. Unit
Sol. : Total translational kinetic energy of all of angle is radian and it is dimensionless
3 3 53. Answer (3)
molecules of ideal gas μRT = PV
2 2 Hint : Conservation of mechanical energy
45. Answer (2) 1 2 1
Sol. : As mgh = I ω + mv 2 for A to B
     2 2
Hint : (
F = qE and F = q V × B ) For B to C
Sol. : If direction of velocity of charge particle and
1
acceleration is same then speed of particle ↑. Only mv 2 = mgh ′
2
Magnetic field changes the direction of velocity
46. Answer (1) 1
∴ mgh − I ω2 = mgh′
2
Hint : M = k L1L2
∴ h′ < h

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54. Answer (1)


Hint : Use equation y = Asinωt + Bcosωt H CH3
Sol. : ⏐ ⏐+ OH
Sol. : CH — CH2 — N — CH 2CH2CH3
⎡ A B ⎤ ⏐ –H 2O
y=⎢ sin ωt + cos ωt ⎥ A2 + B 2
CH3
⎣ A +B A +B
2 2 2 2

y = Are sin ( ωt + φ )
CH3
B ⏐
where Are = A +B
2 2
and tan φ = +
CH — CH2 — N — CH 2CH2CH3
A
CH = CH2 ⏐
⎛B⎞
−1
CH3
∴ φ = tan ⎜ ⎟
⎝ A⎠
55. Answer (3) 62. Answer (3)
Hint : Inside the water transverse wave cannot be Hint : –OCH3 is +R causing group.
generated Sol. : BH3 is an electron deficient molecule and
56. Answer (1) acts as an electrophile. So any electron releasing
group by +I/+R will facilitate its attack.
2n 63. Answer (3)
Hint : Δφ = × Δx
λ
Hint : Reaction proceeds via benzyne mechanism.
Sol. : For central maxima Δx = 0
∴ Δφ = 0 CF3 CF 3 CF3
Cl
57. Answer (3) Sol. : NaNH 2 NH2 More stable
due to –I
effect of CF 3
NH2
1 ⎛1 1 ⎞
Hint : For Lyman = z 2R ⎜ − 2 ⎟ NH3
λ ⎝1 n ⎠
CF3
Sol. : As z = 1 for hydrogen and deuterium but
value of R will be different, more for deuterium as its
NH2
nucleus is heavey
58. Answer (4)
64. Answer (3)
Hint and Sol. : (K.E)max = hν – hν0
Hint : More polarisable bases are good nucleophile.
59. Answer (2)
Sol. : Relative rate (water = 1) of reaction of
Hint and Sol. : Electrostatic field cannot form nucleophiles with MeBr in EtOH
closed loop but d induced electric field can form nucleophile ; PhS– I– EtO– PhO–
closed loop
relative rate; 5 × 107 1.2 × 105 5 × 104 2 × 103
60. Answer (4)
65. Answer (1)
Hint and Sol. : Potential gradient

V Hint :
K= and V = IR
L
3-ethyl-1, 1-dimethylcyclohexane.
CHEMISTRY 66. Answer (2)
61. Answer (2) Hint : In Gauche form intramolecular H-bond is
Hint : Due to phenyl group, anion formation is faster. present.

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Sol. : 71. Answer (2)

OH H-bond OH

Hint : NO2 being electrophile attacks preferably on
H OH H H electron rich ring.
O

H C–O–
H H H Sol. :
H OH
Gauche Anti
HO HO O
OH H ⏐⏐
⎯ C ⎯ O — group is ring deactivating while — O —
is ring activating.
H H OH ⊕
H H H H H So NO2 attacks on o/p- position with respect to
Fully eclipsed Partially eclipsed —O—
67. Answer (4) 72. Answer (3)
Hint : Aldo oxime can show syn-anti isomerism. Hint : (CH3)2CH – CHO
has α – H, but can give Cannizzaro’s reaction.
68. Answer (3)
73. Answer (2)
d−l
Hint : Observed specific rotation = × [α] Hint : Vicinal diiodides are thermally unstable.
d+l
CH2OH CH2I CH2
(75 − 25)
Sol. : Observed specific rotation = × 150° ⏐ ⏐ ⏐⏐
(75 + 25) CHOH ⎯⎯⎯→
3 HI −I2
CHI ⎯⎯ ⎯
→ CH ⎯⎯HI

−3H2O
Sol. :
50 ⏐ ⏐ ⏐
= × 150 CH2OH CH2I CH2I
100
= + 75° CH3 CH3 CH3
I −I2 I HI I
69. Answer (1) CHI ⎯⎯⎯ → CH ⎯⎯→ CH ⎯ I
I II I
Hint : Condensation polymers are formed by CH 2I CH2 CH
removal of small molecules like CO2, NH3, H2O etc.
74. Answer (2)
Sol. :
Hint : Primary amine can give carbylamine test.
CH2OH Sol. : C2H5NH2 + CHCl3 + 3 KOH ⎯→ C2H5NC +
n HOOC COOH + n 3 KCl + 3 H2O
CH2OH
Terephthalic Ethylene 75. Answer (2)
acid glycol Hint : Ortho effect increases acidic strength of
O O benzoic acid.
—C C – O – CH 2 – CH2 – O — COOH COOH COOH
n Cl
Br
70. Answer (4) Sol. :
pKa = 2.85 pKa = 2.94 pKa = 4.2
pK a1 + pK a2
Hint : pH = 76. Answer (1)
2
Hint : Larger is the Δ0, lesser is the λmax.
2.3 + 9.7 12 Sol. : NH3 > H2O > Cl
Sol. : pH = = = 6 (isoelectric point).
2 2 So, Δ0 increases, νmax increases, λmax decreases.

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77. Answer (4) Sol. :


Hint : EAN of Mo in [Mo(CO)x] is 54.
Sol. : Z of Mo = 42 l=0 l=0 l=1 l=0 l=1 l=0
So, 42 + (x) × 2 = 54 m= 0m= 0 m = –1 m=0 m = –1 m=0
2e – 2e– 2e – 2e – 2e – 1e –
x=6 Total e– = 11.
78. Answer (1) 84. Answer (4)
Hint : Due to resonance bond lengths become Hint : In one electronic system, energy depends on
identical. principal quantum number only.
Sol. : All have same values of ‘n’, so all have same
O + +
O energy.
Sol. : N—O—N 85. Answer (2)
O O
IE + EA X
So, x = y = w = z Hint : Xm = , Xp = m
2 2.8
79. Answer (3) 4.0 + 13.0
Sol. : Xm = = 8.5
Hint : Gases with very small molecular size can 2
diffuse. 8.5
Xp = = 3.04
Sol. : Helium gas has extremely small size 2.8
therefore it can diffuse easily. 86. Answer (2)
80. Answer (3) Hint : H– has largest size among H–,Cl–, Br– due to
greater decrease in Zeff from H to H–.
Hint : Thermodynamically most stable allotrope of
carbon is graphite. 87. Answer (1)
Hint : 10 ‘Vol’ H2O2, means that one volume of
81. Answer (3)
H2O2 on decomposition gives 10 volume O2 at STP.
Hint : meq of Cr2O72– = meq of C2O42– Sol. :
Strength (in g/l)
Cr2 O72 − + C2 O24− ⎯⎯→ Cr 3 + + CO2
Sol. : nf = 6 nf = 2
17 17
= × V × 10 = × 10 × 10 = 30.35
N1V1 = N2V2 56 56
n1M1V1 = n2M2V2 ⇒ 6 × 0.2 × V1 = 2 × 0.3 × 50 88. Answer (4)
V1 = 25 ml Vreal
Hint : Z = V
82. Answer (4) ideal

Sol. : Vreal = ZVideal


n2 = 2 × 22.4
Hint : x 2 =
n2 + n1 = 44.8 L
89. Answer (3)
Sol. : x1 = 0.85, x2 = 0.15,
Hint : The graph beween P vs T is for isochoric
Let number of moles of H2SO4 = nH2SO4 process.
nH2SO4 Sol. :
xH2SO4 =
nH2O + nH2SO4
P
nH2SO4 R
0.15 = e = V –b
2 × 103 Slo p
+ nH2SO4
18 T

x = 19.6 P(V – b) = RT
83. Answer (4) R
P= ×T
Hint : K(19) = 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s1 V −b

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90. Answer (4) 96. Answer (3)
Hint : Hybrid state = No. of σ bonds + Number of l.p
+ − a
Hint : r + r = Sol. : Hybridization = 4 + 1 = 5 = sp3d
2
O F
+ –a
Sol. : r + r = = m Xe
2
∴ a=2m O F
3a = 2 3 m 97. Answer (4)
Body diagonal =
Hint : C2 contains no σ bond.
91. Answer (4)
Hint : VO, VO 2 and TiO 3 show conducting or N2− , B.O = 2.5
insulating properties depending on temperature. O2+ B.O = 2.5
92. Answer (4)
98. Answer (2)

Hint : Λm = Λm –b c Hint : A2B3  2A3+ + 3B2–
Sol. : A2B3  2A3+ + 3B2–

Sol. : Λm = Λm –b c 2s 3s
∞ ∞ Ksp = [A+3]2 [B–2]3
500 = Λm –b 4 100 = Λm – b 16
= (2s)2 (3s)3 = 108 s5
500 = Λ∞m – 2b ... (i) 100 = Λ∞m – 4b ... (ii) 99. Answer (2)
From eqn (i) – eqn (ii), we get Hint : HCOOK is a salt of weak acid and strong
400 = 2b ⇒ b = 200 base.

Λm = Λm + b c = 500 + 2 × 200 = 900 cm2 Ω–1 mol–1 Kw
Sol. : h = K × c
93. Answer (2) a
Hint : For an elementary reaction, stoichiometric 100. Answer (1)
coefficients are taken as order with respect to Hint : ΔH = ΔE + ΔngRT
reactants.
Sol. :
Sol. : 15
C6H5COOH(s) + O2 (g) ⎯⎯→ 7CO2 (g) + 3H2O( )
2

⎛ 15 ⎞ 1
So, after 20 min pz = 2p = 40 Δng = (7 + 0) – ⎜ 0 + ⎟ = –
⎝ 2 ⎠ 2
p = 20 mm Hg
Rate = k[X] [Y]2 RT
ΔH = ΔE –
Initial rate = k[60] [80]2 = r1 .....(i) 2
After 20 min, rate = k [40] [40]2 = r2...(ii)
2 ×10 –3 × 300
= ΔE – = ΔE – 0.3
r2 k(40)(40)2 40 × 40 × 40 1 2
= = =
r1 k(60)(80)2 60 × 80 × 80 6 101. Answer (1)
Hint : Kjeldahl method cannot be used when N is
94. Answer (1) bonded to N.
Hint : Unit of k = (mol/lit)1–n s–1 Sol. : They gives N2 gas, rather than NH3 on heating.
Sol. : For zero order reaction, unit of k = mol L–1 s–1 102. Answer (2)
Unit of rate = mol L–1 s–1 Hint : Cyclooctatetraene is non-planar tub shaped
95. Answer (3) compounds
α2
Hint : i = 1– α + n1α1 + n
2 Sol. :
0.6
Sol. : i = (1– 1) + 3 × 0.4 + = 1.5
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103. Answer (2) 112. Answer (3)
OCOCH3 Hint : Emulsifier stabilizes the emulsion.
Hint : aspirin Sol. : They form an interfacial film between oil and
COOH water and keep them together.
104. Answer (4) 113. Answer (1)
Hint : Basic medium is preferred. Hint : C2Cl4 pollutes the water.
Sol. : In basic medium phenol exist as phenoxide Sol. : It is avoided as it contaminates the water
ion and it gives electrophilic substitution reaction. and is also a suspected carcinogen.
105. Answer (3) 114. Answer (2)
Hint : pKa1 pKa2 Hint : BF3 → sp2, BF4– → sp3
Oxalic acid 1.271 4.266 Sol. : In BF 3 resonance occur and due to 6
electrons can act as Lewis acid.
Malonic acid 2.86 5.7

Sol. : Due to +I effect of COO– group acidic nature BF 4 has complete octet
decreases. F
F F
+
COOH – I effect, COO – + I effect B F B=F , B
F F F F F
COOH COOH
106. Answer (4) 115. Answer (2)
Hint : Ni, Pd, Ce, Ac form interstitial hydrides.
Hint : Only 6 Cr – O bonds are identical in Cr2O72–
ion. Sol. : Other metal hydrides have different lattice
structure from parent metal. Pt and Pd adsorb H2.
Sol. : MnO4– is coloured due to charge transfer.
116. Answer (4)
107. Answer (1)
Hint : Due to over voltage O2 is not obtained.
Hint : NO2 is an odd e– molecule so dimerises. Sol. : O2 is paramagnetic and Cl2 is diamagnetic.
2 NO 2 ⎯⎯
→ N2O4 117. Answer (1)
(less stable) (more stable)
Hint : Due to small size and high charge Be2+ has
108. Answer (1) very high polarising power.

Hint : They can show multiple oxidation states. Be
+2
O O
Sol. : They can combine with one of the reactant to Sol. : C BeO + CO 2
form intermediate, using its ability to show different –
O
multiple states.
118. Answer (2)
109. Answer (1)
Hint : C3O2 ⇒ O = C = C = C = O
Hint : F can form HOF.
−2 +2 0 +2 −2
110. Answer (3) Sol. : O = C = C = C = O
119. Answer (4)
OH
Hint : Equilibrium constant depends on temperature.
B Sol. : For a reversible reaction, if Q < K eq then
O O reaction moves in forward direction.
O
Hint : 2Na
+
HO –– B B –– OH . 8H2 O 120. Answer (1)
Hint : HF + NaOH → NaF + H2O
O O Sol. : Due to high charge density of F– ion it is
B
extensively hydrated.
OH
BIOLOGY
Sol. : Number of B – O – B bonds = 5, it is 121. Answer (4)
alkaline in nature. Hint: Dark reaction fixes CO2 into carbohydrates
111. Answer (3) during photosynthesis.
Hint : Zone refining is used for Ge, Si, Ga etc. Sol. : Dark reaction of photosynthesis takes place
Sol. : Mond’s process is used for Ni. in stroma of the chloroplasts.

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122. Answer (3) Hence to fix 6CO2 (to produce a molecule of hexose
Hint: Given stage is anaphase I of meiosis I. sugar), it requires 6 × 3 = 18 ATP.
Sol. : In anaphase I, chromatids of a chromosome In C 4 plants for every CO 2 fixation, 5 ATP are
do not move towards the opposite poles rather the required
homologous chromosomes do. Hence to fix 6CO 2 or to produce a molecule of
123. Answer (4) hexose sugar, it requires 5 × 6 = 30 ATP.
Hint: Morels and truffles are not mushrooms. Additional ATP required by C4 plant = 30 – 18
Sol. : Morels and truffles produce edible ascocarps. = 12 ATP
Hence they are not poisonous. They are sac fungi. 131. Answer (3)
124. Answer (3) Hint: During this conversion, 5 carbon molecule
converts into 4 carbon molecule.
Hint: Viruses lack nucleus but have nucleic acid.
Sol. : During conversion of α-ketoglutaric acid (5C)
Sol. : All viruses have genetic material. Viruses can
into succinyl CoA (4C), one CO2 is released and
have either DNA or RNA as genetic material. Some
there is formation of NADH2 also.
viruses have envelope such as HIV.
132. Answer (3)
125. Answer (2)
Hint: For geitonogamy plant should be monoecious
Hint: In Opuntia, stem is photosynthetic and leaves with unisexual flowers.
are modified.
Sol. : Vallisneria, Papaya and Date plam all are
Sol. : Opuntia has modified leaves called spines, dioecious in which autogamy as well as
they help to reduce transpiration. Bougainvillea has geitonogamy are not possible. Castor is a
thorns which are modified axillary buds. monoecious plant with unisexual flower in which
126. Answer (2) autogamy is prevented but not geitonogamy.
Hint: Given floral formula belongs to the family 133. Answer (1)
Solanaceae. Hint: Embryos of apomictic seeds can develop
Sol. : Petunia is a member of family Solanaceae. directly from cells of nucellus or integuments.
Muliathi – Fabaceae Sol. : Segregation of characters takes place during
Aloe – Liliaceae meiosis but in apomixis there is no gamete
formation hence no meiosis, no segregation of
Jowar – Poaceae
characters.
127. Answer (4)
Apomixis is genetically controlled.
Hint: Mucor belongs to the class Zygomycetes of
134. Answer (2)
fungi. It produces non motile asexual spores.
Hint: Myotonic dystrophy is a dominant autosomal
Sol. : Mucor produces sporangiospores, which are
disorder and it expresses in every generation if
non motile. parents are affected.
Algin is obtained from brown algae and carrageen Sol. : The given pedigree shows autosomal
from red algae. recessive inheritance. It cannot be Y linked as
Funaria is a moss in which sporophyte is partially female is also affected in II generation. This pedigree
dependent on gametophyte. also does not show sex linked inheritance because
128. Answer (1) both parents are normal and female is affected in II
Sol. : Marchantia bears sex organs on separate generation.
plant bodies. 135. Answer (4)
Hence, antheridiophore and archegoniophore are Hint: Colourblindness is a sex linked recessive
present on separate thalli. disorder.
129. Answer (2) Sol. : XY ×
C
X X
Hint: Facilitated diffusion involves movement of Gametes : X Y X
C
X
molecules along the concentration gradient. C C
Offsprings : X X XX X Y XY
Sol. : Facilitated diffusion does not require ATP.
130. Answer (3) Carrier Normal Colourblind Normal
136. Answer (1)
Hint: Tomato is a C3 plant whereas maize is a C4
plant. Hint: Prokaryotes do not have nucleus and
transcription is coupled with translation.
Sol. : In C3 plants for every CO2 fixation, 3ATP are
required. Sol. : Prokaryotes have only one type of RNA
polymerase which synthesizes all types of RNAs.

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137. Answer (1) Sol. : Tyrosine (Y) acts as precursor of melanin and
Sol. : Cairns proved semi-conservative mode of is an aromatic amino acid. Glutamic acid.
replication in E.coli. phenylalanine, tryptophan are represented by E, F
138. Answer (2) and W respectively.
Hint: This population interaction is amensalism. 146. Answer (3)
Hint: Second heart sound (dub) is produced by
Sol. : Roots of black walnut secretes a chemical
closure of semilunar valves.
called juglone which is toxic to alfalfa, apple etc.
Sol. : ‘Dub’ sound is produced during ventricular
Epiphytes on other plants – Commensalism
diastole. Damage to chordae tendinae of mitral/
Sparrow and seeds – Predation bicuspid valves causes opening of AV valves causing
Fig and fig wasp – Mutualism backflow of blood during ventricular systole, thus
139. Answer (2) decreasing the blood flow to aorta. With increase in
Sol. : After nitrogen, phosphorus is the most critical heart rate, there is a decline in filling time leading to
element. decrease in duration of cardiac cycle.
140. Answer (3) 147. Answer (2)
Hint: ‘ex situ’ conservation is ‘off site’ conservation, Hint: Shift of oxygen dissociation curve is observed
outside their natural habitats. with change in affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen.
Sol. : At alveolar level where there is high pO2, low
Sol. : Botanical gardens are ex situ conservation
pCO2, low [H+] there is an increase is affinity of
strategies.
hemoglobin for oxygen and the graph shifts towards
National parks left. However at tissue level low pO2, high pCO2 and
Biosphere reserves ‘ in situ’ conservation strategies high [H+] decrease the affinity of hemoglobin for
Sacred groves oxygen and the graph shifts to right.
141. Answer (4) 148. Answer (2)
Hint : Podocytes form one of the layer of filtration Hint: Chondrocytes are present in fluid filled lacunae.
membrane. Sol. : Cartilage lacks concentric arrangement of
Sol. : Podocytes are modified epithelial cells present matrix i.e. lamellae, but lacunae are present. More
in visceral layer of Bowman’s capsule and form than half of the volume of nervous tissue is made up
filtration slits/slit pores. of neuroglial cells which are electrically unexcitable
cells.
142. Answer (2)
149. Answer (1)
Hint : Recombination of genes occurs during
gametogenesis. Hint: Pure lines comprise homozygous individuals.
Sol. : Recombination of genes during gametogenesis Sol. : Pure lines are developed by mating between
introduces and increases variations in a population. closely related, individuals of the same breed for
Sexual reproduction is a slow process. It is mostly (4-6) generations.
biparental. 150. Answer (4)
143. Answer (4) Hint: Lamarck’s theory of evolution was based on
use and disuse of organs.
Hint : Translation is a process of formation of
protein from specific mRNA sequence. Sol. : According to Darwin, giraffe with long necks
are better adapted in a given environment and are
Sol. : In RNAi, mRNA is silenced by the formation
selected by nature. Agriculture came around 10,000
of dsRNA. Translation of mRNA does not take place.
years back and human settlements started.
It is a post transcriptional gene silencing method.
151. Answer (2)
144. Answer (4)
Hint: Hind III is not located in any of the selectable
Hint : Surgical method is the permanent method of marker sites of pBR322.
family planning.
Sol. : When gene of interest is inserted at Hind III
Sol. : Oral contraceptive pills alter the quality of restriction site, then selectable markers i.e. ampR
cervical mucus and retard the motility of sperms in and tetR genes do not get activated. As a result,
uterus. They also inhibit ovulation and implantation. recombinant plasmid will exhibit resistance to both
Surgical methods affect gamete transport. ampicillin and tetracycline.
145. Answer (2) 152. Answer (4)
Hint: Aromatic amino acids have benzene ring in Hint: Identify the common characteristic between
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Sol. : Both Frog and cockroach exhibit bilateral 160. Answer (2)
symmetry. Cockroach has open circulatory system Hint : Bulging of eyes is a characteristic of these
and dorsal heart, while frog has closed circulatory
patients.
system and ventral heart. Fusion of gametes of frog
occurs in water i.e external fertilisation while internal Sol. : Symptoms of cretinism are given in the
fertilisation occurs in cockroach. question. Hypersecretion of thyroxine causes
153. Answer (4) exopthalmic goitre. Simple goitre and myxedema are
Hint: : Autoimmune disorder. also caused by deficiency of thyroxine.
Sol. : Inflammation in elephantiasis occurs due to 161. Answer (2)
accumulation of lymph. Cancer is a non-infectious Hint: The outermost layer of stele is pericycle and
disease. lgG reach foetus across placenta and offer innermost layer of cortex is endodermis.
passive immunity.
Sol. : Cortex lies between epidermis and stele.
154. Answer (1)
Hint: Ciliated comb plates are used for locomotion 162. Answer (3)
by members of phylum Ctenophora. Hint: Manganese is a part of oxygen evolving
Sol. : Collar cells/ Choanocytes are present in complex.
Euspongia. Macropus (Kangaroo) has marsupial Sol. : It helps in photolysis of water. O2 evolution
pouch to keep their young ones. Hippocampus (Sea takes place only in oxygenic photosynthesis.
horse) has a prehensile tail.
163. Answer (1)
155. Answer (1)
Hint: Maximum visual acuity is present at fovea. Sol. : Seasonal breeders breed only in specific
season.
Sol. : At fovea, cones are densely packed and rods
are absent. Rest of the cells like bipolar cells and 164. Answer (1)
ganglion cells are present in retina are found at fovea. Sol. : ABA is a stress hormone because it helps in
156. Answer (3) overcoming stress conditions and is stimulated by
Hint: Placenta functions as an endocrine structure stress.
during pregnancy. 165. Answer (4)
Sol. : Hormones produced by placenta like
Hint: Every sexually reproducing organism can
progesterone, will maintain the pregnancy and
produce gametes, be it haploid or diploid.
prevent miscarriage. Other hormones like estrogen
and hCG are synthesized by placenta. Sol. : Both haploid and diploid plant bodies can
157. Answer (3) possess sex organs. For example in bryophytes,
Hint: Monophyodont teeth appear only once in haploid body has sex organs whereas in
lifetime of an individual. gymnosperm and angiosperm, diploid bodies have
Sol. : Premolars and last molars are monophyodont sex organs.
teeth of a human, that’s why its dental formula is 166. Answer (2)
0021 Sol. : Base analogues have structure similar to the
. normal bases. They cause mispairing and eventually
0021
give rise to mutations.
158. Answer (4)
Hint: Schwann cells is present around both 167. Answer (2)
myelinated and non-myelinated nerve fibres. Hint: Statins are produced by a fungus called yeast
Sol. : Plasma membrane of Schwann cells is known (Monascus purpureus).
as neurilemma. Schwann cells and neurilemma are Sol. : Statins have been used as blood cholesterol
present in both myelinated and un-myelinated lowering agents.
neurons but nodes of Ranvier are absent in non-
myelinated neurons. 168. Answer (3)
159. Answer (2) Sol. : In cotton, jassids do not feed on hairy leaves.
Hint: Identify the example of ball and socket joint. Hence hairy leaves provide resistance against jassids
Sol. : Ball and socket joint is present between to the cotton.
acetabulum and femur and between humerus and 169. Answer (3)
pectoral girdle. Saddle joint is present between carpal Hint: Coral reefs have high productivity.
and metacarpal of thumb. Pivot joint is present
between atlas and axis. Gliding joint is present Sol. : They have high primary productivity hence
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170. Answer (3) 178. Answer (4)
Hint: DDT cannot be metabolised, hence it gets Hint: Koala and Bandicoot have common ancestor.
accumulated in organisms of higher trophic levels. Sol. : Koala and Bandicoot evolved as a result of
Sol. : DDT disturbs calcium metabolism in birds adaptive radiation. They have evolved from a common
which causes thinning of egg shells that leads to ancestor which moved to different habitats and got
premature breaking of egg shells. adapted to new habitat and ultimately evolved into
171. Answer (4) new species.
Hint: AIDS develops due to destruction of T H 179. Answer (3)
lymphocytes. Hint: Maximum filling of ventricles occurs during joint
Sol. : HIV can be transmitted from mother to foetus. diastole.
HIV attacks and destroys TH cells making a person Sol. : About 2/3rd filling of ventricles occurs during
immunocompromised. joint diastole passively. 1/3rd filling occurs during
172. Answer (1) atrial systole.
Hint: Reabsorption of water in collecting duct and 180. Answer (2)
DCT occurs under influence of ADH. Hint: Amount of hormone present in our plasma
Sol. : Action of ADH increases the expression of regulates its secretion from source gland.
water channels in DCT and collecting duct, thus, Sol. : As the level of hormone increases in the
increasing the permeability in these regions.
plasma, it sends signals to source gland to stop its
173. Answer (2) secretion . However, during parturition, uterine
Hint: Hysterectomy means surgical removal of muscles undergoing contraction send signals to
uterus. posterior pituitary to release more oxytocin.
Sol. : With removal of uterus no changes will occur
in ovarian cycle. Follicular growth and maturation will
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
occur in ovaries under the influence of hormones from 181. Answer (1)
pituitary gland. 182. Answer (1)
174. Answer (4) 183. Answer (3)
Hint: Competitive inhibitors compete with substrate 184. Answer (4)
to bind to active site of enzyme.
185. Answer (1)
Sol. : Competitive inhibitors bear close resemblance
186. Answer (2)
with substrate and bind with free enzyme only.
187. Answer (1)
175. Answer (1)
188. Answer (4)
Hint: Wells for loading of DNA are located near
cathode. 189. Answer (1)
Sol. : Larger fragments face more resistance while 190. Answer (3)
moving in gel and travel smaller distance as
compared to shorter fragments.Hence, larger APTITUDE & LOGICAL THINKING
fragments are closer to cathode. 191. Answer (3)
176. Answer (4) 192. Answer (3)
Hint : Bt cotton plants are resistant to insects. 193. Answer (4)
Sol. : Gene encoding toxin was isolated from 194. Answer (3)
Bacillus thuringiensis and was introduced into cotton 195. Answer (2)
plants to make them resistance to insects.
196. Answer (1)
177. Answer (3)
197. Answer (3)
Hint: Sphincter of Boyden helps in filling up of gall
bladder and is present around ductus choledochus. 198. Answer (3)
Sol. : Opening of hepatopancreatic duct is guarded 199. Answer (3)
by sphincter of Oddi. 200. Answer (1)

  

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