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# TARGET IIT-JEE

CLASS XI
REVIEW TEST - 4

DATE : 06-01-2013

PAPER - I
MATHEMATICS
SECTION - A
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

7.

8.

9.

A,B

10.

A,D

11.

A,D

6.

SECTION - B
1.

AS, BP, CR

SECTION - C
1.

0074

2.

0018

3.

0012

PHYSICS
SECTION - A
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

7.

8.

9.

B,C

10.

A,D 11.

A,B

1.

AQ, BR, CP

SECTION - B

SECTION - C
1.

0002

2. 0003

3. 0005

CHEMISTRY
SECTION - A
1.
6.
11.

B
C
ACD

2.
7.

B
D

3.
8.

A
C

4.
9.

C
ABD

5.
10.

C
ABC

SECTION - B
1.

AQ, BS, CP

SECTION - C
1.

0031

2.

0015

3.

0004

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SOLUTIONS
MATHEMATICS

SECTION A
Single Correct

4.

D
Co - ordinate of D = (4, 4)
PQ = 4

Y
B

C
S

1.

PR = 4 2

mAC

PD = 2 2

k
=
= tan
ha

O
A

C(h,k)

k
= tan
ha

x
0
A(a,0)
B
given A B =
(a,0)
or =
tan( )=tan tan (+)=tan

## Radius of smaller circle = 2 2 2

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

mBC =

5.

A
Slope of AB =

tan tan
= tan
1 tan . tan

3
4
A

4
slope of OC =
3 S

S2

5
4

k
k

ha ha

= tan
k
k
1
.
ha ha

3
O
(0,0) C

if C (, )

0
0
=
= 3
3 /5
4 /5

## locus of (h, k) is x2 y2 + 2xy cot = a2

2.

Area of =

9 12

centre of S2 ,
5
5

a
b 1
1 ar bs 1
2 ar2 bs2 1

6.

D
(x 1)2 + (y + 1)2 + ((x 2)2 + y2) = 0...(i)
put (0, 0) in (i) to get

1
=
ab (r 1) (s 1) (s r)
2
3.

9
12
&=
5
5

C
a, x1, x2 are in G.P. with C.R. r
x1 = ar; x2 = ar2
Also b, y1, y2 are in G.P. with C.R. s
y1 = bs; y2 = bs2

## the equation of circle is x2 + y2 + 4y = 0

B
Equation of circle
(x a) (x 0) + (y b) (y 0) = 0

7.

a2 b2
2
Equation of tangent to circle at (0, 0)
ax + by = 0
a b
C , so r =
2 2

B
Family of circle
x2 + y2 2x 2y + c + (x2 + y2)=0
x2 + y2

2
2
c
x
y+
=0
1
1
1
2

a2

AL = m =

(0,b)
C
A
(a,0)

b2

c

0

1
1
1

a2 b2
M

and BM = n =

1
2

2 2
+ c ( + 1) = 0 + 1 =
c
2

a2 b2
2

## AL+BM=m+n= a b =diameter of circle

c
c

,
,
2
put
2
2
1 1 2

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8.

ax by + 1 = 0

Multiple Correct

9.

A,B

BC CA AB

3
= 3 :4
4

## Given 16a2 40ab + 25b2 c2 = 0

= (a + b)2 + 2a (ab)

(4a 5b)2 = c2
4a 5b = c or 4a 5b = c

ab<a+b<

## a (4) + b(5) + c = 0 or a (4) + b(5) + c=0

points (4, 5) and (4, 5) are on

n=

ax + by + c = 0
10.

3a 2 b 2

3a 2 b 2

m=a+b

= a b, assume so cos N =

A,D
Let any point on given circle

2 m 2 n2
2m

## Substituting , m, n we get, cos N = 1/2

(4 + 9 cos , 5 + 9 sin )
N = 120

## {(4 9 cos )2 (5 9 sin )2 }

so a = max
a=9+2

b=92

3
2

SECTION C

a + b = 18 & ab = 73
11.

sin N =

1.

A,D

0074
Exponent of 5 in 300 !

## (radius) (length of tangent) = 15

34 c

300
300
300
300
=
+
+
+

.....

5
25
125
625

c = 15

c (34 c) = 152

= 60 + 12 + 2 + 0.... = 74

c2 34c + 225 = 0
c = 9, 25

2.

SECTION B
Matrix match type
1.

## (A) (S), (B) (P), (C) (R)

(A) 2b = a + c; C = A + 90

A C
A C
2 sin B = sin A + sin C = 2 sin
cos

2
2

B 1

B
B 1
sinB cos 2
2 sin 2 cos 2 cos 2
2
2
1
B
7
B
sin
=
cos
2 2 2
2 2
2

0018
mAP = tan (90 + ) =

or cot =

2 7
7 /4
8
1
2

3
5

2
3
=
1
5

3
5
P(1,2)
Q(5,3)

A
(,0)

sinB

2
2
cot
1
1

## mAQ = tan (90 ) =

or cot

2
1

13
5

2b 2 2c 2 a 2

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3.

0012

r 3r 2

r1+r 2

c1

r 4r 3

r3
r5
r4
r2
apply C & D r = r = r = r
1
2
3
4

r 5r 4

r 4+r 5

r 3+r 4

r 2r 1 r 2+r 3

## r22 = r1r3 & r32 = r2r4 & r42 = r3r5

c2

c3

c4

c5

r32 = r1r5
Radius of circles are in G.P.
r3 =

r3 r2
r4 r3
r5 r4
r2 r1
sin = r r = r r = r r = r r
1
2
3
2
3
4
4
5

r1 r5

8 18

= 12

PHYSICS
F1 = 0.3 x 50 x 10 = 150 N
Between B and ground :
F2 = 0.3 x 120 x 10 = 360 N

SECTION - A
1.

v x uxor

v0

vB sin 300

2
or VB 2v o

...(1)
T'

A
T

## VB2 V02 2gh

2.

mcg

A
At = 600,

T = mCg

...(i)

T' = 150

...(ii)

R
= 600, h = R(1-cos600) =
, v2 = 2gh=gR
2
Suppose, F is the spring force (towards centre), then at the point of leaving the contact with the surface,

## 2T' + 150 +360 = T ...(iii)

or F =

3.

mv
R

by solving mc = 81 kg

## The rotation of both the disc is in such a

way that the ribbon is untwisted. Angles
twisted by disc A and B are A and B respectively.

mg
5N
2

kx = 5
x = 0.166 m

A = t0 and B =

## When ribbon is untwisted completely,

kg m
P = F .t ( 36 4 )3 3 40
S

A + B = 120 (2) = t0 +

4.

150N

Vo 2m / s

F + mg cos 600 =

150N
2T'
360N

P2
90J
2m

1 2
t 0
2

1 2
t 0
2

## where = 2rpm = 2 x 2 = 4 rad/min

= 1rpm/s = 60 rpm /min.

B
Since, e = a = 0.2
(Since, a = (1 r t) = 0.2 for the body B)
E = (100) (0.2) = 20 W/m2

So, 120 (2) = 4t 0

1
(60x2)t20
2

or 15t20 t o 60 0
5.

C
Maximum force of friction between blocks A
and B :

## t o 1.967 min 118 sec onds.

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7.

11.

e A TA4 A eBTB4 A

## No. of rotations by disc A

t o
8.

A,B

2
x118 3.9
60

1/4

TA eB

TB e A

A
No. of rotations by disc B

TB

1 2 1 1
t 0 x
x(118)2 116
2
2 60

TA 5802

1934 K
3
3

So, A TA B TB

9.

B,C
A

## Let VA, V'A and VA'' be the velocities of ball A

as initial, before collision and after collision
respectively. V'B is the velocity of the ball B
after collision.

B
3

and given B A 1m

B 1.5m

If VA = V, V'A = 2V and

SECTION - B

1
2mV 'B2 (2m)g(h s)
2
V 'B

1.

A-Q, B-R,C-P

2g(h s)

## From conservation of momentum,

10m/s
6m/s

mV'A =mV''A+(2m)V'B
V''A = V'A-2V'B

15m
10m/s

## 1 V 'B ( V ''A ) 2V 2g(h s)

e=
2
V 'A
2V

x1
or v 2g(h s)
10.

5m/s
20m/s

A,C,D
Decrease in gravitational PE = Increase in
rotational KE

mg

15 10t 5t2

(h ut

1 2
gt )
2

## Solving this we get

t = 1 s = tAB

l
1
cos 300 IA 2
2
2

x1 = 5 1 or x1 5m
1/2

3 3g

or
2l

## x and y components of velocity after colliding

at B would be

ux 5m / s
Centripetal force of COM = m

l 2 mg3 3
=
2
4

uy e2 (10 gt)

= 20 m/s

## F is the force exerted by rod on hinge

Hmax
F-mg cos 300 = mg

F=

mg5 3
4

3 3
4

36
1.8m
2 10

Range

x x1

265
6
10
6
8m
2

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SECTION - C
or
1.

d
D

0002
Hence the necessary condition is that

d
D

2.

C1 1 (D d)

0003

1
(D d)
2

dQ
= Rate of flow of heat is equal throughout
dt

C2

the rod

KA
T
.T
L
R

C2

## The cross-sectional area of PQ and RS is

same. So, length of PQ and RS should be
same for which A tan 2 = B tan
B

is clear that

A cos2
(cos2 1 / 2)

3. 0005

V2 V1
u cos 600 0

D d
2 dD
2
sin
and cos 1 sin
D

d
Dd

V2

## Let N1 be the normal reaction between the

two cylinders and N2 the normal reaction
between smaller cylinder and the horizontal
plane.
The larger cylinder can be pulled over the
smaller one provided the latter neither rolls
nor slides.

B
600

30
A
V1

eu u
(e 1.0) ...(1)
2
2

## There will be no rolling provided the sum of

the moments of the forces about C2 is zero.

or V2 +V1 =

N1d N2d

or N1 = N2

.....(1)

## There will be no sliding provided the sum of

the resolved parts of the forces in horizontal
direction is zero.

or V2-V1 =

u
2

on solving V2 =

## N2 N1 cos (900 ) N1 cos

(1 sin ) cos

u
and V1= 0
2

N2=N1

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CHEMISTRY

Section-A
1.

3.

A
NH3 + HCl NH4Cl(s)
4
3
0
1
0
1(solid)
PV=nRT P4 = 10.08300 = P=6 atm

4.

B
V=KT
logV=log K+log T
for gas X
log K = 10g 5

k=5

nR
=5
P

gas u

(I)

n 0 .082
= 5 n=2.5
0.041

12
3

bond

ratio
= 4
bond

Gas Y

nR
1
P

(II)

n 0.082
1 n=0.5
0.041

## Contain 19 sigma therefore

19
= 3.8
5

for Gas Z
log K = log

1
1
K=
2
2

(III)

nR
1
1
=
n=
P
2
4

therefore

Cantain 26 sigma

26
= 3.71
7

= 0.25
Total mole = 2.5+0.5+0.25=3.25
(IV)
2.

C
P = KT

PT = KT2

y=Kx2

25
= 4.17
6

## Hence correct order III < II < I < IV

d (KT2)
= 1050
350K
dt

5.

(2KT)350 = 1050

2K300 = 1050

6.

K=

1050
2 350

7.

K=1.5

8.

n 0.0821
15
0.0821

n=1.5

Sol. 6,7,8
Pressure of H2O = 20 torr
pressure due to CO, Cl2 and COCl2 in final state
= 80 torr

1.580 = 120.00
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COCl2
100 x

CO
x

## Total pressure = (100 + x)

Cl2
x

2
= 80
3

10.

ABC

11.

ACD

x = 20 torr.

PCOCl (final) = 80
2

(i)

1.

160
=
torr
3

## PCO (final) = PCl2 (final)

(ii)

Section-B

2
3

Section-C
1.

20 2
40
=
=
torr
3
3
PH O ( g ) = 20 torr;

0031
20 H2O + Sb2S3 2 SbO43 + 3 SO4 + 4OH+
+ 28 e .............(1) 3
3e + 4H+ +NO3 NO+2H2O
......... (2) 28

40
4
2
xCO = 3 =
=
30
15
100
(iii)

AQ, BS, CP

## 283 + 112H++28 NO3 28NO+56 H2O

..........(3)
60H 2O+3Sb 2 S 3 6 SbO 43 + 9 SO 42
+120H++283

PCO
40 / 3
=
=1:4
PCOCl 2
160 / 3

____________________________________________
9.

ABD
(A) V = KT
logV = logK + log T

## 3 Sb2S3 +28 NO3 +4H2O 28 NO + 6 SbO4

3
+9SO4 +8H+
Therefore sum of cofficient Sb2O3 and No
3+28 31
2.

0015

A is correct

(B)

ONaSSSSONa

V
log
= log K
T

## oxidation state of different sulphur are +5

and 2
x=5, y=2y
value of 3x+2y

B is correct

(35)+(20) = 15

(C)

log V + log

1
= log K C is not correct
T

3.

0004

n
(D)

pV
ZRT

V = KT
TV = KT2

D is correct

n330K

1 800
1.9 R 330

n570K

V 200
1.1 R 570

## By equalizing these two we get V= 4 L.

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