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SOLUTIONS
2017-JEE Entrance Examination - Advanced/Paper-1 Code -7
PART-I PHYSICS

1.(AD) Net external force acting on the system along the x-axis is zero.
Along the x-axis
Momentum is conserved
mv MV
From conservation of energy

Loss in GPE of particle of mass m = Gain in kinetic energy of both the masses.
2
1 2 1 1 2 1 mv
mgh mv MV 2 mgh mv M
2 2 2 2 M

m 2 2 gh
2 gh 1 v v hence option (A) is correct.
M m
1
M
m m 2 gh
V v along ve x-axis
M M m M
Hence option [B] is incorrect.
Since the location of center of mass does not change along the x-axis
mxm / G M xM / G 0 m R x Mx 0 f
mR
x .
mM
mR
xM G
mM
Hence option (D) is correct.
MR
xm G R x
M m
mR
Final position of m x
mM
Hence option (C) is incorrect.

2.(AC) At ~ 0 , X L ~ 0 and X C
Current will be nearly zero.
At 106 , XL >>1 and X C 0
Hence circuit does not behave like a capacitor.
At resonance frequency 0 i.e. when X C X L current will be in phase with voltage and frequency is
independent of R.
1
Resonant frequency 0 106 rad / s
LC
3.(ABD/BD)
Velocity of the wave depends upon the tension in the rope and mass per unit length of the rope.
Velocity is independent of frequency and wavelength

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## Option (B) is correct

Since tension at the mid point is same, therefore speeds at that point will also be same. Option (A) is correct.
Since the direction of motion of pulses is opposite, velocities will be equal and opposite. With this point of
view A will be incorrect.
Since the velocities at position is dependent only on tension at every point ( = constant) therefore time taken
for the wave the reach A from O and O from A will be same.
TOA TAO
Option (D) is correct

Since depends on source
T
Tension decreases as we move from O to A, therefore becomes shorter. Option (C) is incorrect.

4.(ACD) Molecules hitting the forward and rear surfaces will bounce back with speeds given above. Let mass of one
molecule be m0 . Then,
P0 forward 2m0 (u v)
P0 Rear 2m0 (u v)
Let the rates of collision with front and rear surfaces be R1 and R2 respectively
So, R1 (u v)
R2 (u v )
Force = P. R.
So, F1 R1. 2m0 u v , F2 R2 . 2 m0 u v
2
So, F1 F2 2m0 u v 2m0 (u v )2
2m0 4uv
uv so, (A) is correct
Clearly, the net force due to gas is proportion to v, i.e. it is variable hence acceleration of plate is variable.
Finally the plate will start moving with terminal velocity.
Hence (C) is correct.
Resistive force = P. A V
Hence (D) is correct.
5.(A or ACD)
Net power radiated a T 4 T04
For small temperature difference, T T T0
T 4 4T
4
P Net A T0 T T04 AT04 1 1 AT04
T0 T0

P Net 4AT03 T T0
(A) From the above result, P(Net) decreases with A
(B) Peak shits to shorter wave lengths for rise in temperature.
4
(C) P(Radiated) AT 4 A T0 10 460 watt
Hence (C) is incorrect
If P(Net) is taken, then (C) will be correct
(D) Energy radiated by a body is dependent only on its own temperature, not the temperature of
surroundings. Hence (D) is incorrect. If P(Net) is taken, then from the calculation shown
above, (D) will also be correct.
6.(ACD) Angular deviation : i1 i2 A

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## For min deviation : i1 i2 so, i1 A ...(i)

Also, r1 r2 A
A
i.e. r1 ...(ii)
2
i1
r1 (A is correct)
2
By Snell's law, sin i1 sin r1
A
i.e. sin A sin
2
A
2 cos
2

A 2 cos 1
2
Hence (B) is incorrect
(C) is obviously correct
For tangential emergence, i2 90 .
So, sin r2 1

1
cos r2 1
2
Also, r1 A r2
sin r1 sin A cos r2 cos A sin r2

2 1 1
sin A cos A

By Snell's law on 1st surface,
sin i1 sin r1
1/ 2 A

sin i1 sin A 2 1 cos A i1 sin 1 sin A 4 cos 2 1 cos A
2
i.e. (D) is correct

7.(AB) The angle that area vector makes with B at time t is t.
1 BA cos t 1 BA sin (t )
2 2 BA cos(t ) 2 2 BA sin (t )
Due to orientation of loops, the two EMFs will work against each other.
So, (net) BA sin(t )
So, (A) is correct.

We can see that net is maximum when . So, (B) is correct. Obviously, (C) is incorrect. (D) is incorrect as
2
the EMF is proportional to difference in areas.
1
8.(5) V
n2
2
Vi n f nf 5
So, 6.25 2.5
V f ni ni 2
Minimum integral value of n f is 5.
9.(8) We know that for the given case,
sin constant

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## So, 1.6 sin 30 n mn sin 90

i.e. 0.8 n mn Solving, m = 8
t
10.(5) A A0 e
ln 2
Here, days 1
8
1
t 12hrs day
2
ln 2 1 A0
So, A A0 / exp
8 2 1
2 1
16
A0 16
A
2 17
If the volume of blood be V ml , then
2.5
115 A
V
A 16 2.5
115 0
2 17 V
Solving V 5 liters
11(6)

330 2 332
Frequency received by car 492 330 492 495 Hz
330
330
Frequency received by source 495 498Hz
330 2
Original frequency f1 492 Hz
Final frequency f2 498 Hz
Beat frequency | f1 f 2 | 6 Hz
4 3 4 3
12.(6) R r K (Conservation of volume)
3 3
R = radius of bigger drop
r = radius of smaller drop
R3 r 3 K ...(i)

U i S 4R 2

U f KS 4r 2

KS 4r 2 S 4R 2 10 3

4S Kr 2 R 2 10 3

1
K 3 R 2 R 2 10 2

10 / 3 1 100
10 / 3 101
6

13.(D) For constant velocity, acceleration of particle should be zero, Hence net force should be zero.
E
qVB qE V (For a = 0)
B

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## Electric field and magnetic field should be perpendicular.

E0
Option (D) : V y , E E0 x, B B0 z (for electron)
B0
E

F B q V B e 0 y B0 z E0 x
B0
FE E0 x

14.(B) V 0, E E0 y , B B0 y (Proton)
FB 0 only force along -y axis is acting due to electric field alone.
E0
15.(D) V 2 x ; E E0 z ; B B0 z (Proton)
B0
FB along y axis
FE along +z axis
So condition for helical path is satisfied

## 16.(C) (Please note that W12 is work done on the gas).

Process 1 to 2 represents isobaric process
W1 2 P V1 V2 PV1 PV2
U Q P V is correct.
No other combination is possible.

17.(A) Laplace correction is done is correction in the determination of the speed of sound in an ideal gas, which states
that the process assumed was not Isothermal but it is Adiabatic .
1
1 1
1
Corresponding graph is

## 18.(B) (A) Incorrect since in Isochoric process W 0

(B) Correct as Wisochoric 0
Graph is also correct.
(C) Not correct combination since W1 2 PV2 PV1 is wrong for Adiabatic process.
(D) Incorrect combination of graph and process

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PART-II CHEMISTRY

19.(BC)

* Z represent vapour pressure of pure liquid L and as L 1 , the given graph is merging with ideal
graph of p L . Hence Option (C) is correct
* Since, vapour pressure of liquid L(pL ) is higher than the ideal values so L-M interactions are weaker
than L-L & M-M interactions. Hence Option (B) is correct choice.
20.(ABC)
In oxoacids acidic strength increases with increase in number of double bonded oxygen atoms because of
greater resonance stabilization of conjugate base. Hence HClO4 is more acidic than HClO.

## Central atom in both HClO4 and HClO is sp 3 hybridized.

HClO 4 H 2 O ClO4 H 3O

This equilibrium remain shifted in forward direction hence ClO 4 is weaker base than H2O. Because such
equilibrium remain shifted towards weaker acid or weaker base side.
Cl 2 H 2 O
HCl HOCl

## 21.(AC) IUPAC name of the given compound is 1 chloro-4-methylbenzene or 4-chlorotoluene

NH 4Cl
2 6 2
22.(ABD) M H O Cl 6NH3 M NH3 6 Cl3 6H 2 O
O2
X (Y)
Pink
3
* M NH3 6 Cl3 M NH3 6 3Cl 1: 3electrolyte
Room 2
M H 2 O Cl2 2HCl MCl4 4H 2 O 2H3O
6 Excess Temp
X Z
Pink Blue

If M is Co then X : Co H 2 O 6 Cl2

Y : Co NH3 6 Cl3
2
Z : CoCl 4
x 3.87 due to presence of three unpaired electron in X

Co 2 ;3d 7

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## Hybridization state is sp3 d 2 .

z 3.87 BM due to presence of three unpaired electron in Z.

Co 2 ;3d 7

Cl is weak a field ligand and coordination number is four hence hybridization state is sp3 .
3
M NH3 Cl3 3AgNO3 M NH3 6
6 3NO3 3AgCl(s)
2

Co H 2 O 6
4Cl CoCl4 2 6H 2 O : H 0
Pink Blue

(As octahedral complex changes to tetrahedral complex with H2O ligands replaced by Cl )
2
At 0C, equilibrium shifts in reverse direction hence colour of the solution is pink due to Co H 2 O 6
23.(CD)

## * Bromination (addition of Br2 ) proceeds through trans-addition in both the reactions

* (M and O) and (N and P) are two pairs of diastereomers
State 1 Expansion State 2
24.(ACD)

p1,V1,T1 p 2 ,V2 ,T2
Work done in reversible compression process is smaller than the work done in irreversible compression
process.
U 0 for reversible isothermal expansion.
U 0 for reversible adiabatic expansion.
For free expansion q 0 , w 0 and U 0 hence it is simultaneously both isothermal (U 0) as
well as adiabatic (q = 0).
Work done in reversible adiabatic expansion is less than the work done in reversible isothermal
expansion as shown in figure.

2 *2
25.(BC) Electronic configuration of F2 molecule is 1s , 1s , 22s , *2 2 2 2 *2 *2 *
2s , 2p , 2p 2p , 2px 2p , 2 p
z x y y z
Similar electronic configuration for other X 2 molecules.
*p x and *p y are highest energy occupied molecular orbital (HUMO) and *p z is lowest energy
unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO).
Colour of X 2 molecules of group 17 elements is due to transition of electrons from * to * .
V M C
26.(6) Number of electrons around central atom (N)
2

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[TeBr6 ]2 : N 7
2
Number of bp = 6
Number of p = 1
7 2 1
[BrF2 ] : N 4
2
Number of bp = 2
Number of p = 2
6 1 3
SNF3 : N 4
2
Number of bp = 4
Number of p = 0
8 31
[XeF3 ] : N 6
2
Number of bp = 3
Number of p = 3
The sum of the number of lone pairs of electrons on each central atom = 1 + 2 + 0 + 3 = 6
1000 K
27.(6) cm
M
HA H A
c 0.0015 10 4
1 l
R
15 A
1 1 l 120
K 5 107
R A 1

K 6.0 10 5
1000 6.0 105
And cm
1.5 10 3
cm 0
cm 40 m 40 15 6.0 102 z 102
0m
So z 6.0
28.(5) Compound having a close loop of (4n 2) electrons is aromatic compound.

1.

2.

3.

4.

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5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

## Number of aromatic compounds is five i. e. 3, 5, 7, 8 and 9.

2
29.(6) H 2 Diamagnetic 1s
He Paramagnetic 1s
2 *1
, 1s
2
2 *2
Li 2 Diamagnetic 1s , 1s , 22s
2 *2 2
Be2 Diamagnetic 1s , 1s , 2s , *2
2s
2 *2
B2 Paramagnetic 1s , 1s , 22s , *2 1 1
2s , 2p x 2p y
2 *2
C2 Diamagnetic 1s , 1s , 22s , *2 2 2
2s , 2p x 2p y

2 *2 2
N 2 Diamagnetic 1s , 1s , 2s , *2 2
2s , 2 2 , 22p
P x 2p y z

O2 Paramagnetic 2
1s , *2
1s , 2
2s , *2 2
2s , 2 p z , 22 p , 22p , *2 *1
2 p , 2 p
x y x y
2 *2
F2 Diamagnetic 1s , 1s , 22s , *2 2
2s , 2pz , 22p 22p , *2
2px *2
2py
x y
The number of diamagnetic species is 6 i.e. H 2 , Li2 , Be 2 , C2 , N 2 and F2 are diamagnetic species

30.(2) a 400pm

d 8 g cm 3
w 256 g
z M0
d
a3 NA
3

M0
d a3 NA

8 400 1010 6.023 1023
77.09 g/mol
z 4
256
Number of atoms 6.023 1023 N 1024
77.09
2 10 24 N 1024
N2

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## 31-33. The correct matching in column 1, column 2 and column 3 are

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
(I) (i) (Q) (R) (S)
(II) (ii) (P) (Q) (R) (S)
(III) (iii) (iv) (S)
(IV) (Q) (S)
31.(A) Incorrect combination is (I) (iii) (R) because in the expression of n, ,m for 1s-orbital , the exponential part
Zr

a0
must have e .
[A]
Zr

a0
32.(D) The correction combination is (I) (i) (s) as n,, m in the column 2 (i) has exponential part as e .
2 2
13.6Z 3 13.6Z
(4 1)
E4 E2 27
16 16
E6 E2 2 2 32
13.6Z 8 13.6Z
(9 1)
36 16
[D]

33.(C) The correct combination for any hydrogen like species is [II] (ii) (P).
2s-orbital has one radial node and n, , m v/s r plot will start from a finite value and sign changes once from
+ve to ve.
[C]

34.(B)

35.(A)

36.(B)

PART-III MATHEMATICS

az b az b
37.(AC) 2iy
z 1 z 1
azz az bz b (azz bz az b)
2iy
( z 1) ( z 1)
( a b) z z ( a b)
2iy
( z 1) ( z 1)

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(a b) 2iy
2iy
( z 1) ( z 1)
( z 1) ( z 1) 1
x y2 2x 1 1
x2 2 x 1 1 y 2

( x 1) 1 y 2

x 1 1 y2 x 1 1 y2

x 1 1 y2 x 1 1 y2 .
x
38.(CD) (A) f 1 x ex f t sin t dt
0
f1 0 1
0 f x 1
0 f x sin x 1
f ' 1 x e x f x sin x 0
/2
(B) f x f t sin t dt 0 x (0, 1)
0

x
2
(C) g x x f t cos t dt
0
/2
g 0 f t cos t dt 0
0

1
2
g 1 1 f t cos t dt 0
0
(D) g x x9 f x
g 0 f 0 0
g 1 1 f 1 0
39.(AC) P X 1/ 3 . . .(i)
P X Y
P X / Y 1/ 2 . . .(ii)
P 4
P Y X
P Y / X 2 / 5 . . .(iii)
PX
2 P X Y
.3
5 1
2
P X Y
15
2
1 15 2.2 4
(ii) P Y
2 P Y 15.1 15
1 4 2 5 4 2 7
P X Y P ( X ) P Y P X Y
3 15 15 15 15

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P X Y P Y P X Y 1 2 15 1/ 2

P X /Y P Y P Y 15 4
40.(ABD)
Lt 1 h cos 1 h 1 h
x 1

1 h cos 1 h 1 1 h cos 2 h

1 h cos 2 h 1 h cos h 1

Lt h cos h 1 h cos h 0
x 0

Lt h cos h 0
x 0

x 2

## Lt 2 h cos 2 h 2 2 h cos 4 h 2 h cos h 2

x 2

41.(ABD) 2x y 1 0
y 2x 1
x2 y2
1
2 16
a
c 2 a 2 m2 b 2
1 a 2 .4 16
17
a2
4
17
a .
2
42.(AB) For (A) and (B) det ( A2 ) 1 ,
and for (C)
1 0 0 1 0 0
0 1 0 1 0 1 0
0 0 1 0 0 1
1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0
0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

1 0 0
For (C): I 2 0 1 0 .
0 0 1
43.(B) y 2 16 x
Equation of a chord with a given middle point h, k is T S 1

ky 8 x h k 2 16h
ky 8 x 8h k 2 0
2x y p 0
8 k 8h k 2
k 4
2 1 p
4 8h 16

1 p
4 p 8h 16 p 2h 4

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h3 p2
/2
44.(2) g x f ( t cos ect = g ( x) 3 f ( x) cosec ( x)
x
f x
lim g x lim 3 3 1 2 = 2
x 0 x 0 sin x
45.(5) x 10!
10!
y 10 C9 9 C1
2!
46.(6) a d , a, a d a0

a d 2 a 2 a d 2

a 4d
3d 4d 5d
1
A 3d 4d 24
2
6d 2 24

d2 4 d 2 Rejected
d 2
a8
6, 8, 10

## 47.(2) Case I : Touching x-axis

x 12 y 2 2 4
x2 2 x 1 y 2 4 y 0
When x0

y2 4y 1 0
D 0 (Two real root)
p 1
Case II : Touching y-axis
x 12 y 2 2 1

x2 y 2 2 x 4 y 4 0
y0

x2 2 x 4 0
D0 (None real root) Rejected
Case III : x2 y 2 2 x 4 y 0
p0

1 2
2
48.(1) 1 1
2 1 0
1 1

2 1
1
1 (two planes are parallel) (Rejected)

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## 1 (two planes are coincident)

49.(D) y x 8
a a 2a
y 2 32 x, y mx , ,
m m2 m

50.(A) a 2
ma 2 a 2
x 2 y 2 a 2 , y mx a 1 m 2 , ,
c m

x 2 y 2 2 tangent at 1, 1 x y 2 or y x 2
a2
51.(C) 3 a2
4
a2 4
x2 y 2 4
3x 2 y 4

## 52-54. 52.(D) 53.(A) 54.(B)

f x x ln x x ln x n 0,

1 1 1 1 x ln x
f ( x) 1 x ln x ln x 0
x x x x
1
ln x
x
f 1 f x 1

f (0 )

f (e 2 ) 0
1 1
f ( x ) 0
x2 x