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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS

FULL TEST I

(Paper-2)

Q.

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS

ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

No.

1. C D B

2. C A B

3. D C A

4. B B C

5. B B D

6. D C D

7. B D C

8. C B A

9. A C C

10. D B C

11. B A D

12. D C A

13. B A C

14. A D A

15. A C A

16. B B C

17. B A B

18. A B A

19. B C A

(A) (s), (B) (q), (A p, q, r), (B q), (A) (q), (B) (r),

1.

(C) (p), (D) (r) (C p, r, S), (D p) (C) (s), (D) (p)

(A) (q); (B) (r); (A p, q, s), (B r, s), (A) (s), (B) (p),

2.

(C) (s); (D) (p) (C q), (D r, s) (C) (q), (D) (r)

(A) (p), (B) (r), (A p, r), (B q, p), (A) (s), (B) (r),

3.

(C) (s), (D) (q) (C q), (D q, s) (C) (p), (D) (q)

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Physics PART I

T

T = T cos

mg mg

= cot T cos

T

2 2 tan

1

3. mv 2 pt (P = const)

2

2Pt

v=

m

dv 2P 1

a=

dt m 2 t

mP 1

F = ma =

2t v

m m

5. F F1 F2 F3 F4 F5

F2 F5 and F2 F4 F2 F3

m m

F1 F3 2F2 cos 30 2F1 cos 60

F1 F4

Gm2 Gm2 Gm2 m F5 m

F3 = ; F 2 = ; F 1 =

4a2 3a2 a2

Gm2 5 1 2

F= 2 = m a

a 4 3

Gm 5 1

=

a3 4 3

4 3a3

T = 2

Gm 5 3 4

6.

P S

R

P

v g a m g a

7. a= = 20 m/s2

m

2h

t= = 1 sec

a

R

10. Time period becomes 2 . We cant neglect the roundness of earth for the pendulum of

g

infinite length.

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d

12. The ve sign is signifies the direction of induced emf.

dt

P RT

and U t

M

P = const

Process BC isochoric

Process CA isothermal

10U0

Q = 5U0 + 3U0 + ln2.5

3

16. W AB = QAB UAB = 5U0 (3U0) = 2U0

1 w 1

17. For lens L1, ray must move parallel to the axis after refraction x = 10 cm

x R1

18. For lens L2, image must form at centre of curvature of the curved surface after refraction through

plane part.

2

0

R2 x

x = 8 cm

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Chemistry PART II

1.

CH2MgBr

Br OH

H H

Mg

H

Ether

Re arrangment

O O

H3C H3C

2. O O O O

H3CO 3 CH O H3CO

O O

O

H

O

O

O

COOCH3 OH O

H3COOC COOCH3

3. P PAo X A PBo PAo 1 XB PBo XB

P PAo PAo PBo B

Thus PAo 120 Torr

PAo PBo 75 PBo 45 Torr

Hence C is correct answer.

o 1000

4. BaSO

4

Conc normality

1000 1000 8 10 5

Normality o

= 2 10-4.

BaSO 400

4

Normality

Molarity 10 4 M Solubility

2

Ksp = S2 = 108 M2.

1

5. Tav

K

10 0.693 6.93

T99.9 10 ty 2

K K

6.693 1

Number of natural life times = /

K K

= 6.93

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6. OH

O B O

HO B O B OH

O B O

OH

145 71

71

Percentage 100 49

145

Hence D is correct answer.

d c 0.0033

17. 1.32 104 m min1

dt 25

I

d c 4 1

dt 2.6 10 m min

II

dc 3 1

1.02 10 m min

dt III

18. On comparing rates order w.r.t A = 2, and w.r.t. B = 1. Thus rate law = K[A]2[B]

dx 2

19. K A B

dt

dx / dt

K 0.26

A 2 B

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Now, these 36 lines are 9 sets each with 4 parallel members. With 5 vertices number of lines

made

5

= C2 = 10

Clearly, atleast 2 members belong to the same set

So, atleast one pair is parallel

OA 2 OB 2 AB2

2. cos

2OA OB

2

OA OB

OA 2 OB2

3 OA OB 1

2 2

= 2

2OA OB 8 OA OB 4

For maximum cos ,

3 OA 2 OB 2 1 3 2 OA OB 1 1

=

8 OA OB 2 8 OA OB 4 2

3

3. S1 = a1

S2 = a1 + a2

S3 = a1 + a2 + a3

Sn = a1 + a2 + .. + an

If we divide all S1, S2, .. Sn by 23 we get remainders 1, 2, 3, 4, .., 22

So, two of these give same remainders Sp, Sq

Sp Sq will be divisible by 23

Sp Sq = ap + 1 + ap + 2 + .. + aq

12 12 22 42 2

4. Using Cauchy we get, z1 z2 z3 z 4

z

z

z

z

1 1 2 4 64

1 2 3 4

1 b

5. Point of intersection is ln

2 a

For C1,

dr d

ae , now tan 1 r = ae a 1e 1

d dr

1

4

For C2,

dr 1

be tan 2 be e 1

d b

3

2

4

3

Angle of intersection is 2 1

4 4 2

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6. Let c, d, e be the three points where y = f(x) crosses xaxis. Then, f(c) = f(d) = f(e) = 0

Assuming a < c < d < e < b. The function f satisfies Rolles theorem in two intervals (c, d) and

(d, e). Since f and f are continuous and f(c) = f(d) = 0

So, there exists, at least one point in the interval (c, d) and (d, e) such that derivative is zero

Let, C1 (c, d) such that f(C1) = 0 and C2 (d, e) such that f(C2) = 0. Now the function f

satisfies Rolles theorem since f, f are continuous and f(C1) = f(C2) = 0

So, by Rolles theorem, there exists a number C3 in between C1 and C2 such that f(C3) = 0

Minimum one root C3 of the equation f(x) = 0 lies in the interval (a, b)

y y2 2x2 x 2y 2 x2

dx dy 0

3xy y 2 x2 3xy y 2 x 2

dx xdx ydy dy

0

x y2 x 2 y2 x 2 y

1 d y x

2 2

d ln xy 0

2 y2 x2

d ln x 2 y 2 y 2 x 2 0

ln x 2 y 2 y 2 x2 c

x2y2(y2 x2) = c

2

8. Let the circle be x 2 y a2 . Let the point of intersection of tangents at P and Q be (h, k).

Then equation of PQ, is hx k y a2 0 . As it passes through a,0 , so,

ha k a2 0 .

2 k a h a 0. D 0 k 2 4a h a 0

i.e. y 2 4a x a .

1 1

x 2 f x dx

f x 2xf x x f x dx =

2

9. Consider

2 2

22 + 2 = 0

0 0

However f(x) assumes only positive values i.e. in (0, 1)

2

( x) (f(x)) > 0 integral cant be zero

10. Differential equation can be written as, (p x)(p 2 sin x)(2p + cos x) = 0 which has solution as

2

(2y x c)(y + 2 cos x c)(2y + sin x c) = 0

n+1

11. Put x = 1 we get (1 + 1) p(1) + 1 = (1) (n + 1)!

1n1

n 1 !

1n1 x x 1 ..... x n x

So, p x

n 1 ! n 1 x 1

1, where 'n' is odd

Clearly, p n 1 n

n 2 , where 'n' is even

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2 2

13. If e is the eccentricity then, e2

2

1 1 1

Now, we know, 2

2

ab 2 2

ab h2

ab 1

2 2 , 2 2

ab h2 ab h2

2 2 a b 2 4 ab h2

ab h 2

1 1

a b 4 ab h2

2

2 2

2 2

For an ellipse 2

a b a b 4 ab h2

a b 2 4h2 2 2

So, e2 a b a b 4h

2 ab h 2

14. Put y = z = t = 0

f(0)[f(x) + f(0)] = f(0)

Put x = 0

2f 2(0) = f(0)

1

f(0) = 0,

2

1 1

If f(0) = f(x) + =1

2 2

1

f(x) =

2

If f(0) = 0, z = t = 0

f(x) f(y) = f(xy)

Let, x = y = 1 f 2(1) = f(1)

f(1) = 0 or f(1) = 1

We have f(0) = 0, f(1) = 0, y = 1

f(x) = 0

Also, f(0) = 0, f(1) = 1, x = 0, y = t = 1

(f(0) + f(z)) (f(1) + f(1)) = f(z) + f(z)

2f(z) = f(z) + f(z)

f(z) = f(z)

2 2

f(x ) = f (x) 0

Put x = t, y = z

[f(x) + f(y)]2 = f(x2 + y2)

f(x2 + y2) = f2(x) + f 2(y) + 2f(x)f(y) f2(x)

f(x2 + y2) f(x2)

f is non decreasing for positive x

16. Put y = z = t = 1

2(f(x) + 1) = f(x 1) + f(x + 1)

f(2) = 4, f(z) = 9, f(1) = 1, f(0) = 0

f(n) = n2 (Possible function), if f(n 1) = (n 1)2

2[f(n 1) + 1] = f(n 2) + f(n)

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f(n) = n2

p

Now, for x (rational number)

q

p p

f f q2 f pq f q2 p2 q2

q

q

2

p p

f (True for rational number)

q q

Now, if x R, lets prove for positive x since if it is proved the function is even and will follow for

negative x

Assume for x > 0, f(x) < x2

So, now a rational number r between f x and x f x < r < x

2 2

f(x) < r < x

2

[f(r) = r , f is non decreasing]

f(r) = r2 f(x) [contradiction]

2

f(x) < x (impossible)

Similarly we can prove contradiction f(x) > x2

So, only possibility f(x) = x2 substituting f(x) = x2 we get

(f(x) + f(z)) (f(y) + f(t)) = f(xy zt) + f(xt + yz)

(x2 + z2)(y2 + t2) = (xy zt)2 + (xt + yz)2 [Lagrange identity]

1

So, f(x) = , f(x) = 0, f(x) = x2 are the required solutions

2

am3 + m(2a x1) = 0

am2 = x1 2a {m = 0 (one possible value)}

x 2a

m2 1 , if x (0, 2a)

a

m2 = () number, so non real roots

Since, m1, m1, m1 are the possible roots

3m1 = 0 m1 = 0

If m1 = 0 is the root then k = 0

am3 + m(2a h) = 0

h 2a

m2 0 h = 2a

a

(2a, 0) is the only point

8a

4 3/2 2 2 5 / 2 8a

19. A1 x 2a dx = x 2a 2a

2a

27a 3 3a 5

2 2 5 / 2 2 2 48 2a2

= 6a 36a2 6a =

3 3a 5 3 3a 5 5

8a

2 3 / 2 8a 4 64

2a2

A1

0

4axdx 2 a

3

x 0 =

3

a 8a 8a

3

4 3 11 352 2a2

Area = 2(A2 A1) = 2 16 2a2 = 32 2a2

3 5 15 15

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SECTION B

1. (A) |A xI| = 0

There exists a non zero matrix X such that AX = xX

[(Adj A)A]X = x(adj A)X

|A|IX = x(adj A)X

|A|X = x(adj A)X

AX

adj A X

x

AX

adj A X

2

(B) A ' I A I ' A I

A ' I 0 if and only if A I = 0

A ' I 0 if and only if A I = 0

or is the root of A ' xI 0 if and only if is the root of |A yI| = 0

ei is the required solution

A11 A12 .......... A1n

0 A 22 ..... A 2n

0 | |

(C) B I =0

| | |

| | |

| | A nn

(|A11| )(|A22| ) .. (|Ann| ) 0

Clearly the elements of principal diagonal become the roots

(D) Let, AX = X [X is a non zero matrix]

X' AX = X' X = X' AX'IX

X' AX and X'IX are both real

Also, X' X 0 , X 0

X' AX / XIX is real so can have real values

1

2. (A) z = cos + i sin , z 2cos

z

1

z 2isin

z

1

zp p 2cosp

z

4 2

4 2 1 1 1 1 2 1

Now, 2isin 2cos z z = z 6 6 2 z 4 4 z 2 4

z z z z z

then, 2 cos 6 2.2. cos 4 2 cos 2 + 4

4 4 4 2 2

2 i sin 2 cos = 2(cos 6 2 cos 4 cos 2 + 2)

=2

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1 C

(B) Volume of tetrahedron = ArABD CQ

3

1 AB

= DP CQ

3 2

Let, CD be the largest side and AB = x 1

B D

Let, T be closer to A than B Q

x T

BT P

2

x2 A

CT 2 BC2 BT 2 1

4

x2

CT 1 (same for DP, CQ)

4

1 x x2 1 1

So, V 1 x 4 x 2 Vmax

3 2 4 24 8

(C) By AM GM

cos x

cos3 x cos2 x (x is an acute angle)

4

Now, setting x = A, B, C we get

x1 + x3 cos2 A + cos2 B + cos2 C + 2 cos A cos B cos C = 2x2

3

x1 + x2 + x3 3x 2

2

A B C Sa Sb Sc

(D) Let, u cot , v cot , w cot u , v , w

2 2 2 r r r

S S a S b S c

uvw

r r

Now we can rewrite as 49[u + 4v2 + 9w2] = 36(u + v + w)2

2

1 1

u:v:w=1: :

4 9

S a S b S c 2S b c

Multiplying by r we get

36 9 4 94

2S c a 2S a b a b c

=

4 36 36 9 13 40 45

1 4 2 3

3. (A) Put x y and substitute, 8y + 4y + a =0

2 2

2 3

Again, z = y we get, 8z2 4z a 0

2

3 3

When a there are 2 non real roots and two real and a we have 4 non real roots

2 2

3

1, a 2

Sum =

2, a 3

2

2

xy

(B) xy 1 0 < xy 1

2

x y (x + y ) = 2(xy)3((x + y)2 3xy) = 2(xy)3 (4 3xy)

3 3 3 3

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Put z = xy

4

4 3z 3z

z3 4 3z 1

4

3 3 3 3

x y (x + y ) 2

(C) There are 9 possible numbers of the type 7775775, 7757575, 7575575 etc.

(D) We have f(9) = f(4 + 5) = f(4 . 5) = f(20) = f(16 + 4) = f(16 . 4) = f(64)

f(64) = f(8 . 8) = f(8 + 8) = f(16) = f(4 . 4) = f(4 + 4) = f(8) = 9

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