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SOLUTIONS & ANSWERS FOR AIEEE-2012 VERSION – B

[CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS and PHYSICS]

PART – A – CHEMISTRY

  • 7. The molecule having smallest bond----

1. The pH of a 0.1 molar solution is 3 ---- of the acid HQ Ans:
1.
The pH of a 0.1 molar solution
is 3 ----
of the acid HQ
Ans: AsCl 3
Sol:
Ans:
1
10 5
The bond angle in AsCl 3 is the smallest
due to lesser repulsion between electron
pairs in the valency shell
Sol:
[H + ] = C
8.
The equilibrium constant (K c ) for the reaction----
3
10
2
=
= 10
0.1
Ans: 50.0
5
K a = C 2 = 10
1
Sol:
K c =
2.
Which among the following will be named as ----
4
1
(4
10
)
2
= 50
Ans:
[Cr(en) 2 Br 2 ]Br
9.
Iron exhibits + 2 and + 3 oxidation states----
Sol:
Dibromidobis (ethylene diamine)
chromium (III) bromide is [Cr(en) 2 Br 2 ]Br
Ans:
3.
Which method of purification is ----
Ferrous compounds are more easily
hydrolysed than the corresponding ferric
compounds
Ans:
Van Arkel
Sol:
Ferrous compounds are less easily
hydrolysed compared to ferric compounds
Sol:
Van Arkel method involve conversion of
crude metal such as Ti to its iodide and
thermal decomposition of the iodide.
10. The electrons identified of increasing----
Ans:
n = 3, l = 2
4.
The compressibility factor for a real gas----
Ans:
1 + pb / RT
Sol:
(n + l) rule
(3 + 1) < 4 + 0 < (3 + 2) < (4 + 1)
Sol:
At high pressures,
11. Which
branched
chain
isomer
of
the
a
p +
p
hydrocarbon----
2
V
pb
Ans:
Neopentane
Z =
1+
RT
Sol:
Since all hydrogen atoms in neopentane
5.
The increasing order of the ionic radii ----
are
identical, it gives
only
one
monosubstituted alkyl halide
Ans:
Ca 2+ , K + , Cl , S 2
12. Which one of the following statements ----
Sol:
For isoelectronic species greater the
effective nuclear charge smaller the size.
Hence the order
Ans:
All
amino
acids
except
glycine
are
optically active
6.
The species which cab best serve as an ----
Sol:
Glycine is the only naturally occurring -
amino acid that is optically inactive
Ans: AlCl 3
13. 2-Hexyne gives trans-2-Hexene ----
Sol:
Cationic polymerisation is
initiated by
protic acid or Lewis acid. Since HNO 3 is
an oxidising and nitrating agent, AlCl 3 is a
better initiator
Ans:
Li / NH 3
Sol:
Alkynes on reduction with Li / liq NH 3 give
trans alkene
  • 14. Iodoform can be prepared from all except : ---- Ans: Sol:

Isobutyl alcohol

 

CH 3

CH
CH

CH

2

OH

 

CH 3

(isobutyl alcohol)

 

It does

not

give iodoform

as

it does

not

 

O

contain

CH 3

C
C

or CH 3 CHOH

group

  • 15. The incorrect expression among the following----

Sol:

T f = K f

m

W

2.8 = 1.86

62

W = 93 g

  • 20. In which of the following pairs the two species ----

Ans:

PF 5 and BrF 5

Sol:

PF 5 triagonal bipyramidal whereasBrF 5 is

square pyramidal

  • 21. For a first order reaction, (A)

products ----

Ans: 3.47 10 4 M / min o o H T S Ans: ln K =
Ans:
3.47
10 4 M / min
o
o
H
T
S
Ans:
ln K =
RT
Sol:
T
= 20 minutes
1
2
Rate = k
[A] 1
Sol:
G∞ =
T
RT ln K
S
0.693
2
o
o
=
10
H
20
ln K =
RT
= 3.47
10 4 M / min
16.
The standard reduction potentials ----
22. Ortho-Nitrophenol is less soluble in water ----
Ans:
X = Zn, Y = Ni
Ans:
o-Nitrophenol
shows
Intramolecular
H-bonding
Sol:
Zn + Ni 2+
= 0.76
Zn 2+ + Ni
o
E
0.23
Sol:
cell
Intramolecular H-bonding is possible in o-
nitrophenol
= 0.53 V
23.
In
the
given
transformation,
which
of
the
17.
Lithium forms body centred----
following ----
Ans:
152 pm
Ans:
NH 2 NH 2 , OH
Sol:
3
a = 4 r
3 351
Sol:
Since
the
starting compound contains
OH group that can react with HCl,
r =
Wolf-Kishner reduction using H 2 N NH 2 /
4
OH is the most appropriate method
= 152 pm
24. According to Freundlich adsorption ----
18.
How many chiral compounds are possible----
Ans:
Ans:
4
All the above are correct for different
ranges of pressure
Sol:
The structure of monochloro derivates that
contain chiral carbon atoms are
x
1
Sol:
Freundlich adsorption isotherm is
P
n
m
H
1
x
P
at
lower
pressure
range
ClH 2 C
C
CH 2
CH 3
m
x
0
CH 3
P
at higher pressure range

m

 

H

H

 

H 3 C

C C
C
C
  • 25. The density of a solution prepared by----

CH 3

 

Ans:

2.05 M

 
 

CH 3

Cl

 

Hence four optically active isomers are

Sol:

Volume of 1120 g solution

possible

1120

 
 

=

  • 19. K f for water is 1.86 K kg mol

1

. ----

 

M =

1.15

2

1.15

=

2.05

Ans:

93 g

1.12

  • 26. Which of the following on thermal decomposition
    yields----

Ans: CaCO 3

 

Sol:

CaCO 3

CaO + CO 2

CaO is basic whereas CO 2 is acidic

  • 27. Aspirin is known as :---- Ans: Acetyl salicylic acid

COOH

 

OCOCH 3

26. Which of the following on thermal decomposition yields---- Ans: CaCO Sol: CaCO CaO + CO
  • 32. If the Integral----

 

Ans:

2

Sol:

5 tan x dx

 

tan x

2

=

5 sin x dx

sin x 2 cos x

 

5sinx

=

A

(cosx +

2cosx)

 

Eg : sinx 5 2A + B

2

 

=

dx

+

2

dt

t

 

= x + 2 log (sinx

2cosx) + C

 

a = 2

 

2sinx) +

B

(sinx

Equty cosx 0 = A 2B B = 1 and A =

Sol: (aspirin or acetyl salicylic acid) 28. Which of the following compounds can be---- 33. Consider
Sol:
(aspirin or acetyl salicylic acid)
28. Which of the following compounds can be----
33.
Consider the function,----
Ans: Sugars
Ans:
Statement 1 is true, statement 2 is true;
statement 2 is not a correct explanation
Sol:
Molisch’s
test
is
used
to
detect
the
for statement 1
presence of sugars
Sol:
f(x) = |x
2| + |x
5| x
R
29. What is DDT among the following:----
x
< 2 ⇒ f(x) = 2
x +5
x = 7
2x
2
x < 5 ⇒ f (x) = x
2+5
x = 3
Ans: Non-biodegradable pollutant
x
≥ 5 ⇒ f (x) = 2x
7
Sol: DDT is non-biodegradable
30. Very pure hydrogen (99.9%) can be made ----
Ans:
Electrolysis of water
Sol: High purity H 2 is obtained by electrolysis
of warm aqueous Ba(OH) 2 between Nickel
electrodes
2
5
PART – B -MATHEMATICS
f’(4) = 0 ⇒ statement 1 is true.
f(x) is continuous in [2, 5], differentiable
ˆ
in (2, 5). ⇒ at least one point C e (2, 5)
31.
Let
a ˆ and
b
be two unit vectors.----
such that f’(c) = 0 ⇒ statement 2 in true
and
not
statement
1
follows
from
Ans:
statement 2.
3
34.
If the line 2x +
y = k
passes through the point
Sol:
c.
d
= 0
which----
⇒ (a ˆ
+ 2b)
(5a
4b) = 0
Ans:
6
⇒ 5|a| 2
8 |b| 2 + 16 a
b = 0
⇒5 8 + 6 a ∑b = 0
Sol:
(1, 1)
(2, 4)
P
⇒ 6
a ∑b
= 3
3
2
1
a ∑b
=
2
+
6
2
+
12
8
14
2
Point P =
,
=
,
5
5
5
5
1
cos
=
=
Line 2x + y = k passes through this point.
2
3
8
14
Choice (1)
2
+
= k

5

5

16 +14 = 5 k k = 6

35. Statement 1: An equation of a common tangent   p.q p to the parabola----
35.
Statement 1: An equation of a common tangent
p.q
p
to the parabola----
Sol:
AE =
p
p
Ans:
Statement
1
is true,
statement 2 is true,
D
C
statement 2 is a correct explanation for
statement 1
p
Sol:
line
y
=
mx
+
c tangent
y 2
=
4ax and
E
r
2
2
x
y
A
q
B
+
=1 ⇒ 0 =
a , c 2 = a 2 m 2 + b 2
2
2
a
b
m
From the AB
2
x 2
y
q + r = AE
For y 2 =
16
3
x and
+
= 1
2
4
p.q
P
=
y = 2x +
2
3 is tangent
P
p
statement 1 is true
Statement 2
 p.q 
r
=
q
+ 
 p
4
P.p
y =mx
3 is tangent to y 2 = 16
3 x
m
38.
An equation of a plane parallel to the plane----
2
4
3
x 2
y
c =
if it is tangent to
+
= 1
m
2
4
Ans:
x
2y + 2z
3 = 0
c 2 = 2m 2 + 4
2
Sol:
Eq. plane & parallel to given plane ‘]
4
3
48
= 2m 2 + 4 ⇒
= 2m 2 + 4
x
2y + 2z + k = 0 -------(1)
m
2
m
Distance from (0, 0) to (1) is
⇒ 24 = m 4 + 2m 2
k
= 1 ⇒ k = ± 3
Which true using st
(1)
3
st
1 and st- 2 and true & st
2 follows
Eq. Plane x
2y + 2z
3 = 0
from (1)
39.
In a PQ, if 3 sin P + 4 cos Q = 6 and 4 sin Q + 3
36.
Three numbers are chosen at random without ----
cos P = 1, ----
1
Ans:
Ans:
5
6
Sol:
The numbers are chosen from
Sol:
38 sin P + 4cos Q = 6
{1, 2, 3,---8)
4 sin Q + 3cos P = 1
8
7
6
Squaring and adding
Total possible =
=
56
3 !
9 + 16 + 24 (sin P cos Q + cos P + sin Q)
= 37
Total
possible
selections
if
6
in
the
24(sin P cos Q + cos P sin Q) = 12
6
5
4
maximum =
=
20
1
3 !
sin (P + Q) =
2
Total
possible
selections
if
3
in
the
1
minimum and 6 is maximum
sin (
R)
=
2
4
3
2
=
=
4
3 !
R =
6
4
1
Required answer in
=
20
5
40.
If
f
:
R
R is a function defined by f(x) = [ }----
37.
Let ABCD be a parallelogram such that ----
Ans:
continuous for every real x.
p. q
1
Ans:
r
=
q
+ 
p
Sol:
f (x) [x] cos
  x
 
p.p
2
= [x] sin ( x)
for
non
– integer values
of
x,
(f(x)
in
continuous
for integer values f(x) = k
0 = 0

f(x) is continuous for real x.

41. Statement 1 : The sum of the series ---- Ans: an irrational number Ans: statement
41.
Statement 1 : The sum of the series ----
Ans:
an irrational number
Ans:
statement 1 is true, statement 2 is true
(
)
2n
(
)
2n
Sol:
3
+ 1
3
1
statement 2 is not correct explanation of
for statement 1
(
)
n
(
)
n
 
(
)
n
(
)
n
=
3
+
1
3
1
3
+
1
3
1
 
Sol:
∑t 2
is irrational for all values of n
∑ (k 3
(k 1) 3 )
= ∑ (3k 2
3k +1)
45.
Assuming the balls to be identical except for
= 3∑k 2
3∑k + n
difference in colours,----
3n n
(
+
1
) (
2n
+
1
)
3n n
(
+
1
)
=
+ n
Ans: 879
6
2
n n +1
(
) (
2n +1
3
)
+ 2n
=
Sol:
10W, 9G, 7B
2
No. of ways of choosing 1 or more balls
= n (n 2
1) + n = n 3
= Sum of coefficients of x, x 2 , …. x 26 in
st 2 is true
= (1+x + x 2 + ………+x 10 )
st
1 given series
(1+x + x 2 + ………+x 9 )
2
t k = k 2 + k(k - 1) + (k - 1) 2
(1+x + x
+ ………+x 7 )
3
= k 3
(k – 1)
= sum of coefficients 1
statement
1
is
true and follows
from
By substituting = 1
statement 2
⇒ 11 10
8 = 880
1 = 879
42.
The length of the diameter
of
the circle which
46.
An ellipse is drawn by taking a diameter of the
touches ----
circle----
10
Ans:
x 2 + 4y 2 = 16
Ans:
3
Sol:
Semi major axis a = 4
Semi minor axis b = 2
Sol:
Circle touches x – axis at (1, 0) ⇒ centre
Required equation of ellipse
of the circle in (1, k) where k in the radius
2
2
k 2 = (2 -1)
+ (3 – k) 2
x 2
8
+
= 1⇒
k 2 = 1 + 9 + k 2 – 6k
16
4
5
10
x 2 + 4y 2 = 16
⇒ k =
⇒ Diameter =
3
3
x
1
y
+
1
z
1
47.
If the lines
=
=
and ----
43.
Let A = ----
2
3
4
9
Ans:
 1 
2
Ans:
1
1
Sol:
Since line are planar
2
k
+
1
1
9
 1
0
0 
2
3
4
=
0
k
=
2
Sol:
A
=
1
2
1
 2
1
0 
,
u 1
and
u 2
are column
3
2
1
48.
Let a, b,
R be such that the function f given by
matrices
f (x) = In----
x
 1 
 x 
Let u 1 =
y
Au
=
2x
+
y
=
0
Ans:
statement 1 is true, statement 2 is true
1
z
 
3x
+
y
+
z
0
statement 2 is a correct explanation of
 
for statement 1
⇒ x = 1; y = 2 ; z = 1
p
 0 
 p 
Sol:
f(x) = log|x| + bx 2 +ax
x π 0
Let u 2 =
q
Au
=
2p
+
q
=
1
1
2
f’(x) =
+2bx + a
r
 
3p
+
2q
+
r
0
x
 
f’( 1) =
1
2b + a = 0
⇒ p = 0; q = 1 ; r = 2
1
 0 
 1 
f’(2) =
+ 4b + a = 0
1 
2
u 1 + u 2 =
2
+ 
1
=
1
1
1
1
solving ⇒ a =
; b =
2
1
2
4
  • 44. If n is the positive integer, then ----

statement 2 is correct

1 1 4 f” (x) = Sol: V = 4500 V = r 3 2 x
1
1
4
f” (x) =
Sol:
V = 4500
V =
r 3
2
x
2
3
f”( 1) < 0 and f”(2) < 0
⇒ statement 1 is true and statement 1
follows from statement 2
dv
dr
=
4
r
dt
dt
dv
Since
= 72 , volume of balloon after
dt
2
z
1
49 minutes
49.
If z π and
is real ----
z
1
72
49 = 3528
volume remain after 49 minute
Ans:
Either
on
the real
axis
or
on
the
circle
= 4500
= 972
3528
passing through the origin
4
r 3 = 972
⇒ r = 9 after 49 minutes
z 2
1
3
Sol:
Let
=
=
z
+
1
+
z
1
z
1
dr
72
2
=
=
1
dt
2
4
9
9
=
z
+
1
+
z
1
given
=
sin x
sin x
53.
The equation e
e
4
=
0
1
1
z
+ 1 =
=
z
+
1
+
z
1
z
1
Ans:
no real solution
1
1
⇒ (
z
z
)
=
sin x
sin x
z
1
z
1
Sol:
The equation e
e
4
=
0
e sin x
z
z
f(x) = e sin x
=
f’(x)
= cos x (e sin x + e sin x)
(z
1)(z
1)
(z
z)[(z 1)
(z 1) 1] = 0
f’(0) = 0 cut x =
as
(2x
+
1)
2
2
⇒ z =
z
⇒ y = 0 real axis
1
1
Let x =
, f(x) = e 1
e
=
e
(z 1) (z
1)
= 1
⇒ |z| 2
(z + z) = 0
2
e
Is a circle through origin.
1
=
e
< 4
e
e sin
x
e sin
x
50.
The negation of the statement----
y
will
not instant y
=
4
hence no solution
Ans:
I will become a teacher and I will not open
a school
54.
Let X = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}.
Ans:
3 5
Sol:
p: will become a teacher
Q: 1 will open a school
Sol:
x = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5} ;
Given that p
q = ~ p⁄ q
y
C x, Z C X ;
Negation = ~ (p
q) = p ~q
yn Z =
x
51.
If g (x) = ∫ cos 4tdt ----
y
0
x has a total of 2 5 subsets
Z
Any of 2 5 subsets
Ans:
g(x)
+ g( )
One of the 5
singection sets
2 4 subsets (leaving out
one element in y)
Sol:
g(x) =
∫ x
cos 4t
dt
0
\( 1 , z) can be founded in
∫ x+
g (
x + )
cos 4t
dt
4
5
3
5
2
2 5 +
5 C
2
+
C
2
+
C
2
+
0
1
2
3
x
+
x
5
5
C
2
+
C
1
= ∫
cos 4t dt
+
cos 4t
dt
4
5
0
= (2+1) 5 = 3 5
x
x
= ∫
cos 4t dt
+
cos 4t
dt
55.
The area bounded between the parabolas
0
= g(x) + g( )
Since g(x) = option 1 is also true
20
2
Ans:

3

  • 52. A spherical balloon is filled with 4500 cubic meters of helium gas------ Ans:

2

Sol:

 

2dy

= dt

 

y

900

2log |y

900| = t + c

When t = 0 ,

y = 850

 

2log |50| = C

 

t = 2log

y

900

x 2 9y
x 2
9y

x 2 =

y

4

50 900
50
900
When y = 0 t = 2log 50 = 2log18 2 59. A line is drawn
When y = 0 t = 2log
50
= 2log18
2
59.
A line is drawn through the point (1,2) to meet
1
Required area =
2
3
y
y
dy
the coordinate -----
2
0
Ans:
2
3
2
5
y
2
=
2
ydy
=
5
2
3
Sol:
y
2 = m ( n
1) in AB
0
2
when x = 0, y = 2
m
10 
3
20
2
⇒ A (0, 2, m)
=
 2
2
 =
3
3
m
2
when y = 0, 2 = mn
m ⇒ m =
m
B
56.
Let P and Q be 3
3 matrices with P π Q
------
Ans:
0
Sol:
P 3
Q 3 = 0
P 2 Q
Q 2 P =
0
A
(P 4) (P 2 + PQ + Q 2 ) = 0 | PQ (P Q) = 0
⇒ PQ = 0
m
2
P 2 + PQ + Q 2 = 0 | PQ = 0
B
,0
P 2 + Q 2 = PQ
m
2
1
m
2
1
(m
2)
57.
Let x 1 , x 2 ,-----x n n observations,
A =
(2 m) =
2
m
2
m
Ans:
statement 1 is true, statement 2 is false
[
(
)
2
]
dA
1
m 2(m
2)
m
2
1
=
2
dM
2
m
x
+
x
+
x
1
2
n
Sol:
x =
,
(m
2)
n
=
[m
2
2m]
2
2
m
Variance =
m
2
V(an) = a 2 V (n)
=
[
2
m]
Statement (1)
2
m
V (2x 1 , 2x 2 ----2x n ) = 2 2 C (x 1 , n 1 ------x n )
For turning points in = 2 a
2
2
= 4
m = 2
Statement (2)
2x
+
2x
+
2x
1
2
n
60.
If 100 times the 100 th term of an AP
x =
n
Ans:
zero
x
+
x
+
x
1
2
n
=
2
n
 
 
Sol:
2x
±
4x
  • 58. The population p(t) at time t of a certain mouse

species

Ans:

2ln 18

Sol:

y = p (t)

dy

= 5y

dt

 

dy

450

= dt

p tp

= q tq

p [a + (p

1) d] = q [ a + (q

1) d]

a (p

q) + d [ p (R

1)

q (q

1) ] = 0

a (p

q) + d [ p 2

p

q 2 + q] = 0

a (p

q) + d[(p+q) (p

q)

(p

q)] = 0

a (p

q) + d [ p q] [ p + q 1)

= 0

a + d ( p + q

1) = 0

 

tp + q = 0

Since 100 t 100 = 50 t 50

t 150 = 0

t 100 +50 = 0

PART – C -PHYSICS ( ) 2 2 m + m n h 1 2 Ans:
PART – C -PHYSICS
(
)
2
2
m
+ m
n h
1
2
Ans:
2
m m r
1
2
61.
Statement – 1:
If stretched by the same amount, work done on
nh
S 1 , will be more ----
Sol:
L =
2
Ans: Statement 1 is false, Statement – 2 is true.
L 2
RKE =
2
2
1
F
Sol: W 1 =
2
m m r
2
k
1
2
1
= r 2
= (
m
+
m
)
2
1
2
1
F
W 2 =
2
2
n h
(
m
+
m
)
2
k
1
2
2
⇒ RKE =
2
2
4
.2
m m r
W 1 > W 2 ⇒ k 1 < k 2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
m
+
m
)
n h
W 1 ’ =
k
x
; W
' =
k
x
= (
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
m m r
1
2
W 1 ’ < W 2 ’ (Q k 1 < k 2 )
No correct choice.
⇒ Statement – 1 is false
Nearest correct answer is (2)
62.
Statement – 1:
65.
Hydrogen atom is excited from ground state to
When a charge `q’ is taken from the centre to the
another state ----
surface of the sphere----
Ans: 6
Ans:
Statement 1 is false, Statement – 2 is true.
Q
[
2
2
]
Sol:
3R
r
V (r) =
3
Sol:
4 C 2 =
4 3 = 6 lines
4
2R
0
2
1
Q
[
2
2
]
=
.
3R
r
3
66.
A radar has a power of 1 kW and is operating at
2
4
R
0
a frequency----
1
[
2
2
]
=
.
3R
r
2
3
0
Ans:
80 km
[
2
2
]
=
3R
r
6
Sol:
d =
2Rh
0
2
1
V C =
3R
=
, at center (r = 0)
3
=
2
6.4
10
km
km
6
2
0
0
2
2
V S =
(Q r = R)
=
64
10
km
3
0
= 80 km
| V| = (V C
V S ) =
=
2
3
6
67.
Truth table for system of four NAND gates as ----
0
0
0
q
| U| = q| V| =
⇒ Statement 1 is false
Ans:
A
B
Y
6
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
1
3
r
q
r
1
0
1
3
E =
=
=
2
2
1
1
0
4
r
4
r
3
0
0
0
⇒ Statement – 2 is correct
Sol:
A = 0, B = 0, Y = 0
either (3) or (4)
63.
A wooden wheel of radius
R
is made
of
two
A = 1, B = 1, Y = 0 only (3)
semicircular parts ----
68.
A spectrometer gives the following reading when
Ans: 2SY T
used to measure the angle ----
Sol:
Thermal force F = Y
TS
Ans:
58.65 degree
Force exerted by each semicircle on other
= 2F = 2Y
TS
MSD
Sol:
LC =
No. division on VS
64.
A diatomic molecule is made of two masses m 1
0.5
1
and m 2 which are ----
=
=
30
60

Reading = MSR + n.LC

 

=

58.5

∞+

9

1

 

60

 

= 58.65

 
  • 69. Statement – 1:

Davisson – Germer experiment established----

Ans:

Statement 1 is true, Statement

2 is true,

Statement 2 is the correct explanation for

  • 74. The figure shows an experimental discharging of a capacitor in an ---- Ans: 100 sec and 150 sec Sol:

V 0 at t =

V =

 

e

V 0 = 25 V

 

V 0

=

25

= 9.2 V

e

plot

for

Statement 1. 2.72 t between 100 s to 150 s Sol: Textual question. 75. A Carnot
Statement 1.
2.72
t between 100 s to 150 s
Sol:
Textual question.
75.
A Carnot engine, whose efficiency is 40%, takes
70.
In a uniformly charged sphere of total charge Q
in heat from a source----
and radius R, ----
Ans: 750 K
E
Ans:
T
2
Sol:
1 =
1
= 0.4
T
1
T 1 = 500 K ⇒ T 2 = 500
0.6 = 300 K
300
R
r
2 = 0.6 =
1
Sol:
0
r
R, E µ r
T '
1
R < r
1
⇒ T 1 ’ =
300 = 750 K
E µ
0.4
2
r
76.
Two electric bulbs marked 25 W
– 220
V
and
71.
A cylindrical tube, open at
both ends,
has
a
100 W – 220 V----
fundamental frequency, f, in air----
Ans:
25 W
Ans:
f
(
2
220
v
) =
Sol:
R 1 =
1936
for 25 W
Sol:
f =
25
2L
2
v
v
(
220
)
f c =
=
R 2 =
= 484
for 100 W
L
2L
100
4.
2
440
R
1
V
1 ’
=
= 352 V > 220 V
= f
(
R
+
R
)
1
2
440
R
2
72.
If a simple pendulum has significant amplitude
V
2 ’
=
= 88 V < 220 V
(
R
+
R
)
(up to a factor of 1/e of original) only in ----
1
2
⇒ 25 W bulb fuses
2
Ans:
77.
An electromagnetic wave in vacuum has the
b
electric and magnetic fields ----
bt
Ans:
X || E and k || E
B
Sol:
A =
A
e
2m
for damped oscillation.
0
b
1
2m
⇒ =
,
=
=
Sol:
k || E
B
2m
b

No correct choice.

X || E

Nearest possible answer is (2)

  • 73. A coil is suspended in a uniform magnetic field, with the plane of the coil parallel to the magnetic lines of force. When a ----

Ans:

Electromagnetic

induction

in

the

aluminium

plate

giving

rise

to

electromagnetic damping

 

Sol:

Eddy current in the Aluminium plate

causes damping of oscillation.

  • 78. The mass of a spaceship is 1000 kg. It is to be launched from the Earth’s surface ----

Ans:

6.4

10 10 joules

 

Sol:

v e =

2gR
2gR
 

KE =

1

2

mv

e

2

= mgR = 1000 = 6.4

10 10 10 J

6.4

10 6 J

79. In Young’s double slit experiment, one of the slit 1 35 35 v’ = 12
79.
In Young’s double slit experiment, one of the slit
1
35
35
v’ = 12 cm
cm
=
cm
=
m
is wider than other, ----
3
3
300
1
1
1
1
1
1
+
=
=
m
2
Ans:
1
+
8 cos
u'
v'
f
u'
f
v'
9
2
1
300
=
= 0.177
0.1143
35
Sol:
Amplitude A, 2A
1
m µ (A + 2A) 2 = 9A 2
⇒ u’ =
= 5.63 m
5.6 m
0.177
A R 2 = A 2 + 4A 2 + 4A 2 cos
= A 2 + 4A 2 [1 + cos ]
∴ Shift from earlier position = 5.6 2.4
= 3.2 m
= A 2 + 4A 2
2cos 2
2
83.
A liquid in a beaker has temperature (t) at time t
=
A 2 + 8A 2 cos 2
and ----
2
2
2
Ans:
=
A
1
+
8 cos
2
m
2
=
1
+
8
cos
9
2
80.
A boy can throw a stone up to a maximum height
of 10 m. The maximum ----
0
t
Ans:
20 m
dT
Sol:
=
k T
(
T
)
0
u 2
dt
Sol:
= 10 m
2g
dT
=
kdt
(
T
T
)
u 2
0
R max =
ln(T T 0 ) = kt + C
g
Graph is straight line with negative slope,
= 10
2
not passing through origin.
= 20 m
84.
Helium
gas
goes
through
a
cycle
ABCDA
81.
Assume that a neutron breaks into a proton and
(consisting of two isochoric
and two isobaric
an electron. The ----
lines) as shown ----
Ans: 0.73 MeV
Ans: 15.4%
Sol:
Mass defect = mass of electron
Sol:
W = Area of pV diagram
Energy required = energy equivalent of
= p 0 V 0
electron + energy of
p
V
0
0
anti-neutrino
T A = T 0 =
nR
= 0.51 MeV + x
(x < 0.51 MeV)
T A = T 0 , T B = 2T 0 ,
0.73 MeV
T C = 4T 0 , T D = 2T 0
82.
An object 2.4 m in front of a lens forms a sharp
3
Q 1 = n.C v (T B
T A ) =
n.
R. 2T
(
T
)
0
0
image on a film ----
2
3
3
p
V
3
0
0
=
n.
.R.T
=
n.
R.
=
p
V
Ans:
3.2 m
0
0
0
2
2
nR
2
5
1
1
1
Q 2 = n.C p (T C
T D ) =
n.
R. 2T
(
)
= 5p 0 V 0
Sol:
+
=
0
2
u
v
f
1
13
1
1
1
1
21
Q = Q 1 + Q 2 =
6
p
V
=
p
V
+
=
=
0
0
0
0
2
2
(
2.4
)
0.12
f
f
2.4
W
p
V
100
200
0
0
1
1
1
%
=
=
=
=
+
Q
13
13
f
2.4
0.12
p
V
0
0
2
2.4
0.12
⇒ f =
= 0.1143 m
= 15.4%
(2.4
+
0.12)
= 11.4 cm
85.
Proton, Deuteron and alpha particle of the same
1
1
1
kinetic energy are ----
S =
t 1
=
1
1
=
cm
1.5
3
Ans:
r
= r p < r d
log e (
0 )
88. A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped 2mKEqB ⇒ m Sol: r = r
88.
A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped
2mKEqB ⇒
m
Sol:
r =
r
µ
wire and a light slider ----
qB
q
1
Ans:
0.025 N m
m
2m
r p =
;
r
;
d =
q
q
Sol:
2Tl = W
4m
m
W
r
=
=
=
r
⇒ T =
p
2q
q
2l
⇒ r
= r p < r d
2
1.5
10
N
1
=
= 2.5
10 2 N m
2
0.3
86. Resistance
of
a
given
wire
is
obtained
by
1
= 0.025 N m
measuring the current ----
89.
Two cars
of masses
m 1
and
m 2
are moving in
Ans: 6%
circles of radii ----
V
Sol:
R =
Ans:
r 1 : r 2
dR
dV
d
2
Sol:
a C = r
,
=
+
R
V
same ⇒ a c µ r
= 3 + 3 = 6%
a
r
1
1
=
a
r
2
2
87.
A particle of mass
m is
at rest at
the origin at
time t = 0. It is subjected to a force ----
90.
A charge Q is uniformly distributed over the
surface of non-conducting disc of radius R. The
Ans:
disc rotates ----
F 0
Ans:
mb
v(t)
B
t
R
F
F
0
bt
Sol:
a =
=
e
Q
m
m
Sol:
=
2
R
0
dv
F
F
0
bt
0
bt
=
e
dv
=
e
dt
Q
2Qrdr
dt
m
m
q = .2 r.dr =
.2
rdr
=
2
2
R
R
0
0
bt
F
F
e
F
0
bt
0
0
bt
v =
e
dt =
=
e
q
2Qrdr
Q
rdr
di =
=
=
m
m
b
mb
0
2
2
2
0
0
R
R
0
0
F 0
di
Q
rdr
Q
dr
When t = • , v =
0
0
0
dB =
=
=
mb
2
2
2r
2r
R
2
R
0
0
⇒ Curve is with decreasing positive slope
R
0
F 0
Q
r
Q
and v max =
at
t = • .
0
0
B =
dB =
=
mb
2
2
R
2
R
0
0
0
Hence (1)
1
B µ
R
0

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