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Q.1

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.2

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.3

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.4

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.5

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.6

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.7

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.8

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.9

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.10

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.11

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1

Q.12

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.13

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.14

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.15

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.16

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.17

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.18

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.19

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1

Q.20

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.21

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans : 3

Q.22

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.23

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.24

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.25

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.26

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.27

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.28

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1

Q.29

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.30

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.61

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.62

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.63

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.64

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.65

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.66

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.67

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.68

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.69

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.70

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.71

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.72

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.73

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.74

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.75

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3 Q.76

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.77

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.78

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.79

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.80

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2

Q.81

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.82

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4 Q.83

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 4

Q.84

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.85

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.86

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.87

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 1 Q.88

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 3

Q.89

1) 2) 3) 4) Ans: 2 Q.90

1) 2) 3) 4)
Ans: 4

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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY PHYSICS SOLUTION

Q.1
Case 1 PV = P x 2V P = P/2 Case 2 PV = P (2V) P = P 2 P/P = 2

Ans 3

Q.2
Since force is perpendicular to the motion of the particle it doesnt do any work hence KE remains unchanged

Ans 4
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Q.3
dM/dt =v now, F=0 dP/dt=0 Mdv/dt + vdM/dt = 0 Ma + v x v = 0 a = -v/M

Ans 2 Q.4
Case 1 N = N( )
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100 = 1600 ( ) T = 2 sec Case 2 N = 1600 ) = 200

Ans 2

Q.5
R = 2h1 (H-h1) For same range h1 = h2

Ans 4

Q.6
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R.P = 1/d = 1.22/D d = 1.22 x 5.5 x 10/3 x 10 = 2.23 x 10 X(min) / 80 = 2.23 x 10 X(min) = 1.79 x 10 Hence minimum spacing should be 1.79 x 10 to be resolved

Ans 2

Q.7
fact

Ans 4

Q.8
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I (max)/I(min) = [(a+b)/(a-b)] W1/w2 = (a/b) 1/25 = (a/b) a/b = 1/5 I (max)/I(min) = 9/4

Ans 3

Q.9
The maximum energy of photoelectrons is h-

Ans 3

Q.10
L = constant
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Mr = c Now, T =mr = (mr)/mr = L/mr = Ar Where A = L/m

Ans 4

Q.11
r= (l/l - 1)R given r =R l/l 1 = 1 l/l = 2 l = l/2
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Ans 1

Q.12
V dv/dx = -Gm/x V dv = -Gm dx/x
2r

Solving we get V = 2Gm/r[1 1/2]

Ans 1

Q.13
Sin = 1/ For total internal reflection 45
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sin 1/2 1/ 1/2 2 1.414 hence only green & blue colours can be seen

Ans 4

Q.14
V =2 r(-)g/9 V r

Ans 4 Q.15
1/c
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1/2 =c2/c1 now, c 1/2 =2/1 1/2 =2/1 10/(10-50) = 2/1 2 =1.01

Ans 3 Q.16
Repulsive force Also no two electric field lines can intersect

Ans 4 Q.17
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E= cB = 3x10 x 4.82x 10 = 0.01446 N/C = c/ = 360m

Ans 1 Q.18

case 1 d-h = v/2g


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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY PHYSICS SOLUTION

h = d v/2g---(1) case 2 u = k x 2gd , k<1 v = 2kgd 2gh h = kd v/2g---(2)

Ans 4

Q.19
R l/A R/R = (l/l)(A/A) =x =

Ans 1

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Q.20
Capacitance of earth = 4R = 4 x 8.85 x 10 x 6.4 x 10 = 711F Statement 2---false

Ans 2 Q.21
Y = 1/[1 + (x - t/2)] Eq of wave y/x = 1/c (y/t) Solving we get C=

Ans 3
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Q.22
Force applied by you + frictional force = force applied by horse Statement 2---false

Ans 4 Q.23
Force/unit length = I I/2d = 4 x 10 Total force = 8 x 10 N

Ans 4 Q.24
Case 1 V=[ 2gh/(1 + k/R)]---(1)
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Case 2 V = 2gh 5v/4 = 2gh Substituting this value in eq (1) 1 + k/R = 25/16 K =3/4 R

Ans 2 Q.25
= 4l/(2n-1) = 330(2n-1)/4l l= 5(2n-1)/16 m put n=2 l = 93.75cm

Ans 3
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Q.26
Temp will increase

Ans 4 Q.27
V1/n

Ans 4 Q.28
Y=(A+B) = (A).(B)----de morgans law =A.B

Ans 1
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Q.29
KE(final) = KE(initial) + work done x 2 x 5 + area of F-x diagram =25 + 2 2 + 4.5 = 29.5

Ans 1 Q.30
= MLTA

Ans 3

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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION

Q.61
a.(b x c) = 0 => a | b x c i.e a is || to the plane of b and c

Ans 4 Q.62
ax+2by+3b = 0 bx-2ay-3a=0 solving we get x=0, y = -3/2

Ans 2 Q.63
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION = x/n x x = [1 + 3 +5 +.upto n terms]/n =n x = 1+3+5+nterms = n[4n - 1]/3 Statement 2---false = (n-1)/3

Ans 1 Q.64
1 3 2 k k 3 3 -2 = 0 -4

K = 33/2
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Ans 4 Q.65
Point of intersection= (1,2) & (4,4) Area = [2x {(2x+4)/3}] dx
1

=1/3

Ans 2

Q.66
Let th eq of plane be ax+by+cz=d it passes through (0,7,-7) ax+b(y-7)+c(z+7)=0-----(1) it also passes through (-1,3,-2)
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION a+4b+5c = 0----(2) now, d.r of normal to the plane will be perpendicular to the line -3a+2b+c = 0-----(3) Solving (2) &(3) a/1 = b/1 = c/1 substituting this value in eq (1) x+y+z = 0

Ans 3 Q.67
C1=(4,1) C2= (-3,-4)
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION R1= 4 R2= 5 |C1C2| = 74 R1+R2 = 9 R1+R2 > |C1C2|

C1

C2

Ans 2 Q.68
Lim X -> 0
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sin(cosx) x

AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION Differentiating num & den (0/0 form L Hospital rule) U have to differentiate 2 times =

Ans 2 Q.69
F(x) = dx/sinx Put tanx= t Secx dx = dt 1 + t dx = dt dx = dt/1+t Sinx = t/t+1 Substituting these values
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION F = (1+t)/t dt = -[1/t + 2/3t + 1/5t] + c = - [cotx + 2/3 cotx + 1/5 cotx] + c

Ans 2

Q.70
Cos(255) + sin (195)= -2sin(15) = -2 [(3-1)/22] = (1-3)/2

Ans 1 Q.71
Y = 3(1- x/16) dx/dy| = -4
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION (y-3/2) = 4(x-2) Y = 4x 13/2 a/m = -13/2 a/4 = -13/2 a =-26 y= -104x

Ans 3 Q.72
[x] + log[(2-x)/(2+x)] dx log[(2-x)/(2+x)] is an odd func [x]= 0 for -1<x<0 & 0<x<1

Ans 2
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Q.73
Q(4,2)

P(-4,2)

Eq of PQ x = 4 Y = x dy/dx = Slope of normal = -4

Ans 4 Q.74
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION F(x) = x + 1 F(x) = 3x F(x)= 6x Now, F(x) = 0 3x = 0 X=0 F(0)=0 Not local extremum point

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Statement 1---false

Ans 3 Q.75
dy/dx + 2x/(x-1)= x/(x-1) I.F = exp{ 2x/(x-1) dx} = x-1

Ans 3 Q.76
1+2.2+3+2.4+.n terms
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION When n is even S = n(n+1)/2---given Let n = 2m S (even)= 2m(2m+1)/2 S (odd) = 2m(2m+1)/2 + (2m+1)th term = 2m(2m+1)/2 + (2m+1) =(2m+1)[m+1] Now we put 2m+1 = n = n(n+1)/2

Ans 2 Q.77
ax + bx + c=0 1 is a root
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION a+b+c=0 Y = 4ax+3bx+2c 4ax + 3bx + 2(-a-b) = 0 D = 9b + 32(a+b) 0 Hence two roots

Ans 4 Q.78
P & R are parallel as direction cosines are same

Ans 1 Q.79
White-2, black-1 P=2/3
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Ans 1 Q.80
AB = I

Ans 2

Q.81
[(x-1)/x](1-x) = (-1/x)[1-x] = (-1/x)[ Cn (-x)] Cn

Ans 2

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Q.82
Men and women has to sit alternately 6!7!

Ans 4 Q.83
~(Pq) = ~(~P v q) = p ~q Can also check it by truth table

Ans 4 Q.84
L1||L4, L2||L3, L1||L2
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AIEEE 2012 ONLINE 12TH MAY MATHS SOLUTION L1 | L3, L2 | L4

Ans 2 Q.85
F(x)= a|sinx| + b exp{|x|} + c|x| For x > 0 F(x) = asinx + be + cx F(x) = acosx + be + 3cx For x < 0 F(x) = -asinx +be - cx F(x) = -acosx be -3cx Lim x0+ f(x) = a + b Lim x0 f(x) = -a-b For f(x) to be differentiable a=0, b=0
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Ans 3

Q.86
AM1 = AM2 (tp + tq)/2 = (tr + ts)/2 a + (p-1)d + a + (q-1)d = a + (r-1)d + a + (s-1)d p+q=r+s

Ans 2 Q.87
Eq of the line is (x-2)/6 = (y-3)/3 = (z+4)/-4

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P(-1,2,6)

Q(6+2,3+3,-4-4)

d.r of PQ =(6+3,3+1,-4-10) since these 2 lines are | (6+3)6 + (3+1)3 + (-4-10)-4 = 0 = -1 Q = (-4,0,0) |PQ| = 7
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Ans 1 Q.88
Statement 1---true Statement 2----true & implies f is right invertible but not sufficient explanation of statement 1

Ans 3 Q.89
|Z1 + Z2| + |Z1 - Z2| = (Z1+Z2)(Z1 + Z2) + (Z1 Z2)(Z1 Z2) = 2(|Z1|+|Z2|)

Ans 2
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Q.90
dr/dt = 0.1 cm/hr A = r dA/dt = 2r dr/dt = 10 cm/hr

Ans 4

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